New York rapper Papoose is not taking lightly to Kendrick Lamar‘s “Control” lyrics and rather than offer a simple response the emcee has dropped a full-fledged diss at his head.
While Pap opens a “Control” remix by thanking Kendrick for letting him perform during his set at last June’s Hot 97 Summer Jam, he goes in on the West Coast rapper.
“Tell Kendrick and TDE they need to lay off the PCP/ Far from the king, this is the city of BDP/ You’ll never be a real west coast artist like Eazy E/ You f*cking joke, we laughing at you like hehehe/ Ya’ll probably stick dildos in each other like Stevie G/ I mean Stevie J on that sex tape with E-V-E/Lil’ Sean, Big Sean, let me see ID/Why you always say B.I.G.?/You ain’t Bigge, you could D.I.E/Every time I hear you, you getting cornier like E-Y-E.” (“Control” Remix)
Pap also unloads some heat on Kanye West and Young Money’s Drake.
“Kendrick, Kanye, and Drake, they act feminine/ Wear a lot of clothes you usually see women in,” Pap adds. “So the mainstream America finds interestin’/Push a muck to the forefront, they positionin’/You never made it ’cause you bringing lyrics in/Sound like a lady, you get away with murder, you George Zimmerman” (“Control” Remix)
Last year, Pap showed his love for New York by tattooing each borough’s name onto his fingers.
The latest questionable rapper tattoo came from Brooklyn’s Papoose. He’s had quite a journey in hip-hop since getting a million dollar deal with Jive in the early 2000s. Kay Slay really went hard for this guy. But he’s on the blogs today not for a new song but some new ink he got on his hand. Just as he raps on his most notable verse from Busta’s “Touch It” lyrics, Papoose got each NYC borough tattooed on each on his fingers. (Miss Info TV)
In 2011, the Brooklyn rapper crowned himself the “King of New York.”
“The reason I chose that title is because I am the king of New York,” the Brooklyn MC said with confidence to Mixtape Daily. “It feels good to be the king of New York so I just wanted to celebrate myself being the king of New York, so I figured I’d make it a self-titled mixtape…It’s just basically breaking down some of the reasons of why I’m the king of New York. The reaction was both-sided, but it was a little bit more to the good side. A lot of my supporters, a lot of my fans reached out. And a lot of my haters reached out who disagree that I’m the king and I just let them know that I intend on proving it.” (MTV)
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