Rapper J. Cole has responded to Kendrick Lamar's Control diss.
In a verse on Control, Lamar slammed Cole in a list of other rappers like Drake and Big Sean claiming he'd "murder" them in the rap industry.
Now J. Cole has put out a response in a verse of Justin Timberlake's TKO remix, which also features rappers Pusha T., and A$AP Rocky.
In the song, J. Cole rapped, "Thought you was a down a-- b----, Til I found that s--t a couple days ago, I was home alone, next thing I know, that long a-- verse from a song called Control was on. The room got nearer, the tomb got clearer, that's when I seen that s--t playin' on your phone. Girl, what is that? A ringtone? S--t, not you too."
The Crooked Smile rapper went on to confess that even his mom asked him what he would do about the verse.
He said, "Man that hype done got you too. Everybody and their momma gassed, even my momma asked what Imma do. Decisions, decisions. In case this is war, then I load up on all ammunition. If a n---a want problems, my trigger's on auto. I'll make sure that nobody miss him."
He didn't stop there. He added that he has a degree, two gold plaques and stated that he produced all of his own songs.
Drake also recently responded to Lamar's verse earlier this year.
The Started From the Bottom rapper told Billboard magazine, "I know good and well that Kendrick's not murdering me at all, in any platform. So when that day presents itself, I guess we can revisit the topic."
Take a listen to TKO below.