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Big Sean Just Blasted Naya Rivera And Kid Cudi In The Same Song

Ariana Grande and Jhene Aiko are involved, too. So juicy.

Big Sean is back to his solo career, and he's not holding his tongue at the starting line. He clearly has a few things on his mind, and his new song "No More Interviews" is his tell-all. He goes from his ex Naya Rivera to his last boo, Ariana Grande, and his new boo Jhene Aiko and without even mentioning their names.

First up is the topic of his ex, Naya Rivera, who just released a tell-all memoir Sorry, Not Sorry: Dreams, Mistakes & Growing Up about many things, including her relationship with Big Sean. In the book, she hinted that he may have been cheating on her with Ariana Granda at the time of their breakup.

“We’d been fighting for five straight days while he was traveling… he said he didn’t want to see me,” Rivera wrote. “I walk in, go downstairs, and guess what little girl is sitting cross-legged on the couch listening to music? It rhymes with ‘Smariana Schmande.'”

Well, Big Sean didn't appreciate that too much and neither did Ariana, but now he's put his feelings on wax:

“Funny thing about it is my ex wanna write a tell all, f*cked up thing about it is she ain’t even tell all / Like how I introduced her to meditation / Positive thinking and the books she probably read in daily rotation / I learned when people lie on you, not to return the favor / So I won't get you embarrassed / I won't tell them all the other parts about you that's plastic / This my last time putting my ex in a song even thought the last one went triple platinum," he rapped, citing his popular song "I Don't F*ck With You."

Another problem he addressed was Kid Cudi. Pay attention now: singer Jhene Aiko recently divorced producer Dot Da Genius, who is also Cudi's friend. Rumor had it that Aiko had been cozying up to Big Sean while they were on tour for their Twenty88 group tour. When the divorce went public, Cudi quickly chose sides and even publicly insulted Big Sean on Twitter.

In a now-deleted Tweet, he wrote: "The funny thing is, we aint sweatin these bum b*tches and these corn ball ass n----s. We too busy makin better music." 

And then he wrote:

Well, Big Sean had a lot to say about that:

“Cudi and ‘Ye what happened to our family ways though / When I put you on that song with Nas you had told me that you was forever grateful / And that we brothers, so it hurt to hit the internet to find out that me and you don’t f*ck with each other over a miscommunication / That probably could be fixed with a five minute conversation.”

Ah, the turmoil social media brings, #amirite?! Unlike Drake, Big Sean still sent Cudi love and even said he's praying for him - (how sweet?). Listen to the track in full below.

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