Photo credit – Joe Scarnici/Getty Images
If you’ve ever dealt with heartbreak, then you can relate to “Triggered.”
Back in May, Jhene Aiko released “Triggered” freestyle, and fans assumed it was a diss track for her ex, Big Sean. The Philly rapper and Cali singer worked on music together like their duet project Twenty 88. They appeared to be good friends for a few years, but around 2016, they started to go “public.”
In 2017, the “Sativa“ singer revealed a huge portrait tattoo of Big Sean, which further proved that they were romantically involved. Fans became suspicious of their relationship when later in the year they both started deleting traces of their relationship and when she covered her tattoo. In March 2018, Jhene confirmed that she and Big Sean were no longer together.
In May, Jhene dropped the “Triggered” freestyle, and many assumed that it was a diss toward her ex. She cleared the air and said that it wasn’t, and even claimed that there’s no animosity between them.