Kendrick Lamar's "Humble." Sparks More Rumors Of Big Sean Beef

Following the release “The Heart Part 4” last week, allegations Kendrick Lamar dissing Big Sean became the top water cooler discussion.

With the release the single and video accompaniment to “Humble.” Thursday (March 30), the conversation a feud between the two rappers continues.

According to the internet, King Kendrick reinforces the allusions beef with the use the “lil bitch” ad-lib over the chorus.

Some pointed to “If I kill a nigga, it wont be the Alcohol, I’m the realest nigga after all” as another line pointing toward their conflict as a possible shot toward Twenty88 with Sean’s current romantic interest Jhené Aiko.

Yeah, that much a reach.

Either way, fans seems ready for the battle to pick up steam.

So far, Top Dawg Entertainment head Dave Free had this to say about the single.

Possibly a reference to Big Sean’s “No Interviews?”

So far, there isn’t much word on whether April 7 (the date given to us on “The Heart Part 4”) means a new album or another single. However, a recent Snapchat post and caption from TDE’s own ScHoolboy Q says something is on the way.

“WHen you got da wHole album and can finally put yo jam on snapcHat,” it read.

Kendrick Lamar's "Humble." Sparks More Rumors Of Big Sean Beef