This weekend, Big Sean sat down with Joe Budden for one of his most vulnerable conversations to date. He went to discuss his past mental problems, including a fallout with family members to reuniting back with them after he got back in a healthy space.
Sean also touched on the recording process of TWENTY88 with Jhene Aiko and how their major label wasn’t a fan of the project until it’s reception by fans. Before things ended, he also spoke on the past tension with Kendrick Lamar, which started with a freestyle.
He initially called Top Dawg to clear things up and tell them there was never a diss made. However outside influences on both sides, made it seem like there was some type of static. Surprisingly, neither party made an official diss track at the other person, as Sean explained how the death of Nipsey Hussle made him reach out to all of his 99% of his rap peers.
Take a look at the full conversation below.