Over the years, it's been pretty clear that Kendrick Lamar has smoke for Big Sean and J. Electronica.
But he hasn't publically put their names on wax since "Control."
A leaked, alternative version of Kendrick's verse on the 2018 Black Panther soundtrack cut "Pandemic" has K.Dot calling out Sean, Electronica, and French Montana for good measure.
The original version of Kendrick Lamar’s ELEMENT. has leaked, including a scrapped verse in which he takes direct shots at the likes of Drake, Big Sean, French Montana, Meek Mill and Jay Electronica 🤯 pic.twitter.com/z17z48U34C— RRT 🧊 (@SaVichTakes) September 7, 2023
"F*ck subliminals, I put you on the roll call/ French Montana speaking on me in interviews/ Very cynical, dry hating something I don’t approve/ Jay Electronica put silencers on my Grammy night/ Another dead prophet hoping the God’ll give him life," Kendrick raps on the track.
And for Sean ...
“Big Sean keep sneak dissin,’ I let it slide/ I think his false confidence got him inspired/ I can’t make them respect you, baby, it’s not my job/ You finally famous for who you date, not how you rhyme (boy)," Kendrick spits.
Why do you think Kendrick held these verses back? Maybe to keep beef out of Wakanda?