And tucked a sensitive rapper back in his pajama clothes
Ha-ha, joke's on you, high-five
Two possible interpretations:
- Directed at Papoose who was one of the first to release a response to Kendrick’s “Control” verse, taking particular exception to his “King of New York” claim.
- The reference to Nothing Was The Same in previous line sets it up for a response to when Drake addressed Kendrick’s “Control” verse on Hot 97 and other media outlets:
It just wasn’t real to me. I saw him after that and it was just like love, so it’s like was that real or was that for the people? Those were harsh words, you can’t just say that and see me like, ‘Yeah, man, what’s up,’ pretending like nothing ever happened.
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