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Monday, October 7, 2013
Papoose On Kendrick Lamar’s BET Cypher: “He’ll Never Be Able To Shine My Shoes, Lyrically”
Kendrick Lamar dropped a bombshell on hip-hop again yesterday with the release of a 15-second clip from his BET Cypher at the BET Hip-Hop Awards last weekend, which will be aired in full on October 15. Kicking the section off with, “Nothing’s been the same since they dropped ‘Control,’” most initially thought K.Dot was going after Drake, with the first part a reference to Drizzy’s Nothing Was The Same. But later in the day, a new theory emerged—Papoose, the Brooklyn MC who unleashed a fiery response to Kendrick’s “Control” assertion that he was the “King Of New York,” may have been the real target, not Drake. The lyrics lined up—XXL has detailed the entire exchange here, if you’d like a refresher—and last night Papoose seemed to agree, tweeting, “@drake, fall back sweetheart I got this #Bkln.” The tweet has since been deleted, and Pap claimed today that his account was hacked. Papoose called in to XXL today to speak about the 15-second clip, his Twitter hack, why he thinks he “Ethered” Kendrick and the reason his upcoming mixtape is called Blackballed. —Dan Rys (@danrys)