Have you heard Papoose's response to Kendrick Lamar's verse on "Control" yet?
Hopping on the same instrumental, the New York rapper goes in, dissing not only Kendrick, but also his TDE camp, Big Sean, Drake, and even Kanye West.
Pap kicks off the song by acknowledging Kendrick assisting him earlier this year at Hot 97's Summer Jam, allowing him to perform a song after his set... but then, it gets nasty after that.
"Ayo, Kendrick, good looking on that Summer Jam move," he raps. "But you ain't the king of sh**..."
From there, Pap takes aim after various targets.
"Tell Kendrick and TDE they need to lay off of the PCP," he raps. "Far from the king, this is the city of BDP / You'll never be a real West Coast artist like Eazy-E / You a f***ing joke. We laughing at you like he-he-he / Ya'll probably stick dildos in each other like Stevie G / I mean Stevie J, on that sex tape with E-V-E / Little Sean, Big Sean, let me see I.D. / Before you rap why you always say B.I.G.? / You ain't Biggie. You can D.I.E."
As the song goes on, he aims at Kanye West and Drake. "Kendrick, Kanye and Drake? They act feminine / Wear a lot of clothes you usually see women in / So the mainstream America finds it interesting / Push them to forefront, they position them... You contribute to the feminization of the Black man."
Papoose also disses Kendrick's good kid, m.A.A.d city album cover, rapping: "You know nothing 'bout the trap / On your album cover you sat on another man's lap / They looked like The Supremes. You was Diana Ross / Only person in the flick with no shirt. Damn it, boss / Hope they didn't molest you. Did you have your pamper off?"
Wow... did Pap go too hard... and too far? What do you think?