Jhene Aiko And Big Sean Confuse Fans With ‘None Of Your Concern’
Jhene Aiko None Of Your Concern: Jhene Aiko and Big Sean have managed to keep fans confused about their relationship. With the release of their 9th collaboration, ‘None Of Your Concern‘, they have probably just told fans to mind their business.
Jhené Aiko reunited with estranged ex-boyfriend Big Sean on “Concern,” where they reflect on failed love and attempt to move on. The ex couple link up for their second collaboration of 2019, following the surprise July track, “Single Again.” Both tracks deal with the repercussions of their past relationship. Each symbolize a different faze of their paths towards getting past their breakup.
Her “Triggered (freestyle)” made fans think that Jhené Aiko was spilling out her heart over her break-up with Big Sean. The song was so emotional that the rapper faced backlash on social media from those who accused him of all sorts of unverified accusations, causing Jhené to come forward in her ex’s defense.
The former couple have maintained one of the healthiest ex-relationship friendships as they continue to spend time and collaborate with one another. Jhené recently popped up on Sean’s single “Single Again” where he discussed the need to remove romance from his life in order to work on himself. In a sort of response, or at least the perspective of the other person involved, Jhené has released “None of Your Concern” where she shares how she’s feeling about the break-up. Sean comes in near the end of the track to spit a few bars on how he can’t stop thinking about her, further confusing the public about what’s truly going on with these two. Give it a listen and let us know what you think.
Lyrical Excerpts[Verse 1: Jhené Aiko] I’ve been contemplatin’, meditatin’
Should’ve waited, should’ve never dated
You seem irritated, baby, why you never say it?
Isn’t this worth saving?
I can feel you fading, love
We’re not gonna make it, oh
Guess you cannot take it
Guess it’s worth sayin’