Kendrick Lamar Disses Rappers on "Control," Ignites Hip Hop Feud

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Kendrick Lamar is causing a stir in the hip hop world. The rapper spit a verse on Big Sean's "Control" that has everyone fired up. What did he say? Find out, right here! If Kendrick Lamar wanted to fire up the hip hop world, he certainly achieved his goal.

The "B-tch Don't Kill My Vibe" rapper got more than a few hip hoppers up in arms Tuesday, when Big Sean released his "Control" single, and Kendrick was on it, spitting a verse that dissed the likes of Drake, Wale, A$AP Rocky, Pusha T and way more.

So what did he say?

"I'm usually homeboys with the same n---as I'm rhymin' with. But this is hip-hop and them n---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," he went on. "Tryna make sure your core fans never heard of you n---as. They don't wanna hear not one more noun or verb from you n---as. What is competition?"

For starters...(he also called himself the 'King of New York.' He's originally from California).

And then the floodgates opened up.

Never one to stray from controversy, Lupe Fiasco shot back on "SL2," rapping, "N---- you ain't Nas, n---- you ain't Jay Z/You will respect me, you will reject me/But I've done so much, no matter how far you go, you will reflect me."

He also tweeted, "Y'all know y'all easily impressed. Bar so low you need a shovel to get at it."

Pusha T also chimed in, tweeting, "I hear u loud and clear my n---a... @kendricklamar."

As did Fabolous, who tweeted, "Any studios open yet?," after catching wind about the verse.

Diddy also shared his thoughts with some comical commentary, tweeting, "KENDRICK!!!!! Ohhhh Sh---tttttt," followed by an Instagram post of him and Jay-Z laughing with the caption, "And then Kendrick said I'm the king of New York."

"Kendrick got y'all n---as takin y'all time now! This is good ! What y'all gonna do now? Haaaaa lol lets go!," he wrote in a caption alongside the photo.

Kendrick also got some support from the hip hop community as well though, from Ice T for example, who tweeted, "I love how ONE verse woke Hip Hop the F--k up. It's been a LONG time since people talked about ANYTHING someone said in their rhyme."

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