In a recent encounter with TMZ on December 20, Detroit rapper Big Sean addressed the buzz surrounding Kendrick Lamar’s leaked diss song with a nonchalant attitude. The rapper swiftly dismissed any notion of the track being a diss during the brief interview.
When questioned about his current relationship with Kendrick Lamar, Big Sean assured that they are still on good terms, stating, “Of course. If it was a diss, it would have been a diss.”
He further added a subtle warning, “If it was a diss, it would have been another diss.” The leaked song, which surfaced online in September, is believed to be an unreleased version of “Pandemic” from TDE’s 2018 Black Panther soundtrack.
Kendrick Lamar doesn’t hold back on the track, taking aim at Big Sean, Jay Electronica, and French Montana. The Compton native also cleverly references the well-known feud between Drake and Meek Mill, using it as additional ammunition against Big Sean, known as Sean Don in the hip-hop scene.
This latest revelation adds a new layer to the ongoing saga, leaving fans intrigued about the dynamics between these prominent figures in the rap industry.