ARE YOU SURE?: The Internet is Convinced Jhené Aiko’s New Song “Trigged” is a Diss To Big Sean; She Calls it Something Else

Jhené Aiko’s new song is about an ex-boyfriend and fans think she could be speaking about Big Sean.

Despite their relationship ending last year, Jhené Aiko clearly still has a lot of love for Big Sean. After the untimely passing of Nipsey Hussle, Jhené made sure to remind her ex-boyfriend that she still cares deeply for him, posting a message on her social media for him to read. “You are so special to me,” she wrote. “To the world. While we’re both still on this planet I just want to say…I love you beyond measure. Even tho I get big mad and u trigger the fuck out of me. u make me feel. and I appreciate that. because I thought I was dead inside. my ego has no say when it comes to you.”

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Using the same verbiage in her new freestyle “Triggered,” many rightfully believe that the track could be about her past relationship with the Detroit rapper. Released last night, Aiko introduced fans to her latest freestyle, dropping it on streaming services after teasing it on her socials. In the track, she admits that Sean can be considered her “enemy” before saying that she’s bitter and still craves his late-night love. She says that she hasn’t been intimate since their relationship before getting deep in her thoughts, uttering that she may just be overreacting.

Jhené and Sean did a great job of shielding their break-up from the world and even though we still don’t know why their coupledom crumbled, this may serve as a window into the singer’s mindset after splitting with Sean. Or, at least, that’s what fans are speculating.

Aiko has now decided to take measures to stop the bleating in a Tweet addressing the song’s lyrical subject: “triggered is NOT a diss song. it is a moment of talking shit out of frustration and passion. it’s was a moment of exaggerated expression when I was feeling lost and weak. no one is to be blamed or bashed for how I was feeling in that moment. I am in control of my feelings.”

Let’s hear her out for just a second. “Triggered” is only a diss record the ways in which Lemonade put Jigga’s alleged cheating under the microscope after months of artful repression. The same can be said for Jhene Aiko I gather; you’d be hard pressed to find a boxscore that lists Mr. and Mrs. Carter as adversaries at any point in their careers.

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