The toxic relationship track may get its own visual and Lamar’s collaborator seemed to deliver its first look.
“See, I don’t know why you like playin’ mind games with me (mind games?) / B*tch, I ain’t slow nor ditsy, I know when you bein’ distant. I know when you fake busy / Get out yo’ feelings and miss me with that reserve psychology,” Lamar raps. “Man, b*tch, you trippin’, who got you that Rollie chain? / And who put that car in my name? / What? You think I’ma kiss yo’ ass? (Nah, n*gga, you f*ckin’ lame).”
In a post uploaded earlier today (May 24), Paige shared an image and added, “F*ck you @kendricklamar,” in the caption. It didn’t take her followers long to beg for more information about the visual’s possible release, but Paige wasn’t giving up any details.
Back when Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers hit streaming services, Paige penned praise to her collaborator.
“We are so lucky to have Kendrick. I hope you contemplate today. I hope you reflect everyday. I hope you learn and ask for help,” she said. “I hope you study nuance. I hope you absorb the good and find the light. I hope you love yourself. I hope you tell the truth. I hope you heal.”
At the moment, every track from Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers has entered Billboard‘s Hot 100 chart. Check out “We Cry Together” and Taylour Paige’s post below.