For those of you who may have dozed off under your respective rocks in the last hour, Kendrick Lamar just called himself "the king of New York" on Big Sean's seven-minute "Control (HOF)."
New York rappers are bound to have feelings about this. Joey Bada$$ responded almost immediately. Hopefully for New York City, there is more than one person who is out here trying to step up and re-claim it from the Compton rapper. Competition makes everything better.
Big sean verse was weak. Sorry— oG $wank. (@joeyBADASS_) August 13, 2013
Try-state on fire— oG $wank. (@joeyBADASS_) August 13, 2013
A lot of u rap nikkkaz scared to speak your opinions fuck dot!!!— oG $wank. (@joeyBADASS_) August 13, 2013
FLEX ALREADY KNO WHAT TIME IT IS THO— oG $wank. (@joeyBADASS_) August 13, 2013
NY, yall got me?— oG $wank. (@joeyBADASS_) August 13, 2013
How can yall think I'm hating on Kendrick right now? Much respect to him for bodying everybody. This day marks a new rap game kno dat. Haha— oG $wank. (@joeyBADASS_) August 13, 2013
It seems Pusha T, Fabolous, and Mac Miller all have something to say about Kendrick's verse as well...
I hear u loud and clear my nigga... @kendricklamar— PUSHA T (@PUSHA_T) August 13, 2013
Any studios open yet?— Fabolous (@myfabolouslife) August 13, 2013
If I can't do no more nouns or verbs ima start comin with the wildest adjective bars that anyone has ever heard.— Mac. (@MacMiller) August 13, 2013
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