Kendrick Lamar Calls Out White Fan For Rapping N-Word On Stage

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If there was a list of words you really shouldn’t say, especially if you’re white, the N-word would be at the top.

See, even what I did there, even written down with just that powerful first initial followed by ‘word’, there is so much weight behind it.

Just a basic knowledge of history, hell, even very modern history alone, should explain to you why you can’t just throw the N-word around all casually.

However. One person didn’t get the memo. For some reason they thought that after saying the N-word things would go on just swimmingly. Wrong.

While performing a concert at Hangout Fest in Alabama, Kendrick Lamar asked a white fan of his by the name of Delaney to get up on stage to perform a rendition of M.A.A.D City, Complex report.

At the hook of the song, which features the N-word four times in its lyrics, Delaney hesitated the first time round but then the second, third, AND fourth time Delaney belted the N-word out. After the first time the crowd began to get audibly annoyed.

Kendrick stopped the song saying: ‘Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait’. Delaney then jumped in with: ‘Am I not cool enough for you? What’s up, bro’.

Kendrick then added: ‘You gotta bleep one single word, though’. Delaney then claims: ‘Oh, I’m sorry. Did I do it?’ Yes, of course you did it!

The crowd then begin calling for Delaney to get off the stage however Kendrick keeps his cool and gives her one more shot at M.A.A.D City. He did, apparently, do a version of ‘B*tch Don’t Kill My Vibe’ as the next song though…

Before the song resumed Delaney did add that she is ‘used to singing it how you [Kendrick] wrote it’.

Most people on Twitter commended Kendrick for his actions:

However others believe the girl was merely singing the lyrics as Kendrick wrote them:

In other news, recently Kendrick made headlines after it was revealed he was hiring out cinemas so that children who couldn’t afford to watch Black Panther would now be able to.

The 1,000 seats were for children living in the Watts housing project to watch a screening of the groundbreaking superhero film, completely free of charge.

Children living within the Nickerson Gardens, Jordan Downs, and Imperial Courts Projects were able to attend the screening by contacting their housing development offices.

Lamar was the creative mastermind behind the hotly anticipated – and well received – Black Panther soundtrack.

The film – which has already being hailed as one of the greatest superhero movies of all time – is clearly a project close to Lamar’s heart.

According to Hot New Whip Hip Hop, Lamar has stated:

Marvel Studios’ Black Panther is amazing, from its cast to its director, the magnitude of this film showcases a great marriage of art and culture.

I’m truly honoured to contribute my knowledge of producing sound and writing music alongside Ryan and Marvel’s vision.

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