Big Sean was trending today (Dec. 8) for dropping his joint LP “Double or Nothing” with producer Metro Boomin but not for a good reason. Overall, the Detroit rapper was blasted for many of his lyrics, particularly for a song called “Who’s Stopping Me,” where he seemed to say something about Black pride.
“I had a dream I rode with Rose Parks in the back of the ‘Bach / And we was blowing a blunt and she was packing a strap / Like, damn, it do feel good to be Black in the back,” he rhymes.
The twitter reactions were harsh and plentiful.
“Big Sean said he was in the Maybach smoking a blunt with Rosa Parks and she was loading a strap? one Twitter user asked. “What did she do to deserve this?”
“Why am I hearing Big Sean rap about smoking a blunt with Rosa Parks?” another person questioned.
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Neither Sean or Metro has said anything about the backlash but you can see some of the comments below.
why am i hearing big sean rap about smoking a blunt with rosa parks pic.twitter.com/T29e0GQU90
— Steph (@stephxghost) December 8, 2017
Me : *plays big Sean*
Big Sean :“ I had a dream I rode with Rosa Parks in the back of the Bach, and we was blowin a blunt and she was packing a strap”
— luisa (@itsluisagibson) December 8, 2017
big sean said rosa parks had a strap in his dream NAHHHHHHHHHH NOW IM PISSED
— 𝗯𝗿𝘆𝗮𝗻 (@matte_blackkkk) December 8, 2017
— Quest_through-cracks (@mahlobo93) December 8, 2017
Y’all not just gon disrespect Big Sean on here. pic.twitter.com/RxW9XhxtQo
— Coronaldinho. 🇻🇨 (@FEELZ_____) December 8, 2017