Big Sean is currently one of the most distinguished and popular rappers in the world of Hip-Hop. Ironically, while he calls himself big, his height is certainly anything but. It seems Sean decided to make a big claim about Kanye West.

Big Sean always knew he wanted to be in the Hip-Hop world ever since he was a teenager. Sean had a dream and he worked hard to make it a reality, with some help from Kanye West.

Recently, Kanye West revealed that signing Big Sean to his G.O.O.D. Music imprint in 2007 was the worst thing he ever, adding that it was the biggest regret in his life. Big Sean decided to call Kanye West out after the major shade as well.

While speaking on “Million Dollaz Worth of Game,” Big Sean talked about how it was like working with Kanye West. Big Sean claimed that the ‘Donda’ rapper is very hard to work with.

“Kanye can be very hard to work with. Kanye will have you re-do a verse 10 times and not use them. [Kanye will have you] redo some drums 10 times.”

With ‘Clique,’ I did that verse on the fly so there’s like eight other verses on there. After him and Hov met up, they cut everybody but they was like, ‘Leave Sean on there, he went too crazy with the hook.’” 

There could be a variety of reasons for the beef between Kanye West and Big Sean. One of them could be for monetary reasons as it was said that West owes Big Sean a lot of money. Another reason could be Sean himself leaving Kanye’s G.O.O.D Music label. On the other hand, West did end his beef with Drake after 10 years so it is likely he doesn’t care what Big Sean has to say.

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