15 weeks ago, we all pretty much learned how Kendrick Lamar truly felt about his competition in the hip hop rap game from a track Detroit rapper Big Sean released unplanned via a link on his Twitter account. Months later, J. Cole finally responded to that verse on Justin Timberlake‘s TKO remix that was released on Black Friday to also include A$AP Rocky + Pusha T.
Here’s a closer breakdown at what J. Cole had to say:
Cole to the rescue, never save a ho
Hoes like to hide their behavior though
Thought you was a down ass bitch
‘Til I found that shit a couple days ago
I was home alone, next thing I know
That long as verse from a song called “Control” was on
The room got nearer, the tomb got clearer
That’s when I seen the shit playin’ on your phone
Girl, what is that? A ringtone?
Shit, not you too
Man, that hype done got you too
Everybody and their momma gassed,
Even my momma asked what I’mma do
In case this is war, then I load up on all ammunition
If a nigga want problems, my trigger’s on auto
I’ll make sure that nobody miss him
Now pack up your shit, you don’t believe in me
I don’t need you, I got me, bitch
Same nigga moved to NYC, bitch
Got a record deal and a college degree, bitch
Two gold plaques, I produced all the tracks
And I never ever ever leave no Jay Z, bitch
And after all that achievement
Real nigga never even went and got his teeth fixed
Now you try to play me, bitch?
I’ll knock your ass out.
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But for what it’s all worth, this obviously was a good move made by R&B pop star J. Timberlake + producers clearly since the “20/20 Experience – 2 of 2″ track is currently trekking its way up the Billboard Hot 100 chart. I also love how JT is collaborating with hip hop in his music. Something he never did before, but has made this “comeback” truly worthy of many listens.