After Kendrick dissed some of the biggest names in rap on Big Sean’s new song ‘Control,’ Joell is fighting back with some vicious verses of his own. Keep reading to see what he has to say!
Brooklyn rapper Joell Ortiz is not going to let California-born Kendrick Lamar get away with calling himself the “king of New York.” After Kendrick dubbed himself the reigning rapper of the Big Apple on Big Sean‘s just-released track, “Control,” Joell responded by unleashing a few hardcore verses of his own in the new remix of “Control.”
Joell Ortiz: Kendrick Lamar’s Verse On ‘Control’ Gets Response In Remix
Joell isn’t letting Kendrick’s words slide after the 26-year-old Compton native went on a rampage, calling out many of his rap peers on Big Sean’s seven-minute track.
Joell wastes no time in the remix, going straight for Kendrick’s head with some vicious lines!
“I ain’t even gotta give this too much thought
Joell Ortiz won every war that he ever fought
This ain’t no different, I’m listening, you the king of New York?
Little homie you ain’t the king of New York, you the next thing on my fork.”
Come on, Kendrick, did you think no one would respond?
Kendrick Lamar Causes Drama With Verse On Big Sean’s New Song ‘Control’
We told you Big Sean dropped his new song “Control” on August 12, and it’s really stinging the rap world! On the track, Kendrick disses some of the biggest names in the rap game, including Drake, Wale and A$AP Rocky.
Kendrick, who was named “Hottest MC” by MTV back in 2012, holds nothing back in his blatant attempt to steal fans from his competition.
In case you haven’t had a chance to listen to the controversial verse, here are some of the lyrics:
I’m usually homeboys with the same ni**as I’m rhymin’ with.
But this is hip-hop and them ni**as should know what time it is. And that goes for Jermaine Cole, Big K.R.I.T, Wale, Pusha T, Meek Mill, A$AP Rocky, Drake, Big Sean, Jay Electron, Tyler, Mac Miller.
I got love for you all, but I’m tryna murder you ni**as.
Tryna make sure your core fans never heard of you ni**as.
They don’t wanna hear not one more noun or verb from you ni**as.
As you can see, Kendrick hasn’t called Joell out just yet, but he’ll probably have something to say about him in his next rap attack!
Now it’s your turn to sound off, HollywoodLifers. Do you think Kendrick really means what he says or is he simply trying to create hype for fans of rap music?
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— Eric Ray
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