This past weekend during Kendrick Lamar's set at Hangout Fest 2018, Kung Fu Kenny brought up a fan on stage to perform 'M.A.A.D City' off his Good Kid, M.A.A.D City album. Things went well for all of 1 bar of the song before Becky decided it was an excellent idea to drop to n-bombs within the lyrics left and right. Kendrick Lamar wasted no time cutting her off and letting her know the "rules" when it comes to singing his songs on stage yet somehow she had the audacity to say "you gotta work with me bro." I'm actually mind blown. Kendrick Lamar, per fan approval, let her stay on stage however this has got the internet talking. I see it like this: At a young age, me and my friends weren't allowed to say "god damn" during Panic! At The Disco's 'I Write Sins Not Tragedies' and we had no problem not saying it. Plain and simple. That was just in the car with my mother. Not to mention there's no history of racial degradation behind it and we still knew not to say it. You mean to tell me that some white girl hopped up on Kendrick's own set, said the n-word several times and some of you are arguing when and for whom it's appropriate to use?! Ridiculous. Learn some history. Get some respect. And put it on Kendrick Lamar as well as the rest of hip hop's name.
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