Kick 'Em in the Grill

Gas Face to Big Sean

Greetings to one and all. I hope this finds you well.

So, Kendrick has set the rap game on its mic this week. I don’t remember a verse creating this much noise since Either, and a rapper has not called out so many emcees since 50 Cent “How To Rob.”

Kendrick not only called out his contemporaries, but did it on someone else’s record, and then called out the rapper on his own record. That’s why this week Gas Face Friday goes to: Big Sean.

bigseanDude, how can you allow another dude to call you out on your own record? And what makes it worse is that you knew he was doing and did nothing?!? And then what makes it even worse is that when asked why you didn’t change your verse, you said that to change it would not have been “G”. Really?!?! So it’s G to get dissed on your own record? When did that become “G”?

Here is what is so not G: Not stepping up your verse. Not allowing yourself the opportunity to body that dude on your own track. Lets talk music business and step away from the emcee part.

You, Sean, are having a tough time getting fans excited about your album. You have put out several singles that have gotten a mediocre response. So you figure that you will put out something that would create some buzz for your album. For YOUR album. But in the game of emcee you are only as good as your last verse and the guy who had the best verse was Kendrick. No one is talking about you. All the talk is about the verse Kendrick dropped, but all the responses have been about the replies. Dude, the first person who should have responded should have been you!

In one week, Sean, you broke so many G codes that you are barred from using the term for a year.

And did I mention that Sean is from Detroit?!?! Dude…

That’s all I got. I am going to bed.

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