Kendrick Lamar calls out white fan for rapping the N-word
Rapper Kendrick Lamar called out a white fan on Sunday for the skip of the N-word in one of his songs after inviting her on stage to rap with him.
Kendrick Lamar is speaking about the N-word a month after the call of a white female fan for not skipping the word, as they sang along to one of his songs on the stage of an Alabama music festival.
In a Vanity Fair profile published online Thursday, Lamar requested that the fans to just “let [him] one word.”
“Let me you in its simplest form,” Lamar told the publication. “I’ve been on this earth for 30 years, and there is already so many things a White person said that I couldn’t do.”
He continued, “a good credit. Buying a house in a city. So many things—’you can’t do that’—whether from afar or up close. So if I say ” this is my word … let me that word.”
KENDRICK LAMAR CALLS OUT WHITE FAN, AFTER THEY RAPS N-WORD
Last month, a white fan did not skip the N-word while rapping Lamar 2012 hit “M. A. A. D. City” after he invited her on stage to rap with him at the Hangout Festival in Gulf Shores.
Kendrick Lamar brought a white fan on stage to rap.A.A.d Town”….and they dropped the n-word 🤐 pic.twitter.com/JeMaI0UsBv
— MASS APPEAL (@MassAppeal) 21 May 2018
Lamar broke her off, telling her, “You have to bleep one word already.”
“Oh I’m sorry, did I do it?” said the woman.
“Yes, you did,” Lamar answered.
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The fan apologized and told the rapper she was “used to sing it as you wrote it.”
They got a chance to perform but stagnated, and blending the rhythm and the text.
“It’s over, it’s over,” said Lamar, as the music stopped.
Fox News’ Lukas Mikelionis contributed to this report.