Big Sean Denies Targeting Kendrick Lamar On ‘Me, Myself & I' Freestyle

By HHL Editors

In his 'Me, Myself & I' freestyle, Big Sean seemed to be taking a shot at Kendrick Lamar's heavy use of skits on his critical smash Good Kid, M.A.A.D City.

"You're more about showing off, I'm more about show and prove / Y'all bragging about so and so, like 'O, he really it? / The new nigga in rap? Well, can he really spit?' / Or do he just hide behind his skits like half of these rappers do / And then y'all fucking go and praise him and his bitch like they savior of this shit."
While that certainly sounds like he's rapping about K.Dot, who famously challenged the world as a feature on Big Sean's 2013 single 'Control," Sean Don said he was doing no such thing.

"It wasn't even a diss to no rapper," Sean explained during an interview with MTV. Instead, Sean said he was questioning why the public sometimes judges an album or mixtape on the skits, when it should be about the raps.

What do you think? Does Sean's explanation hold water? Check out the whole interview below.

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