At Hangout Fest in Alabama last night, Kendrick Lamar invited a white fan on stage to rap 'M.A.A.D. City' with him. The first lyrics of the song include the n-word, and the guest took it upon herself to sing it with gusto. When Lamar stopped the track to review the rules, she responded: "Am I not cool enough for you? What's up, bro? Wassup?"
ETA for those who can't watch the video: Delaney also acts surprised she said it ("Oh, did I do it? I'm so sorry!") and then admits she usually sings it that way ("I'm used to singing it like you wrote it").
He gives her another chance, but her flow is off and it ends prematurely a second time.
The other non-black fan Lamar brought on stage just before Delaney (Rohan @Rghoshy) knew how to behave:
Rohan killed it. That’s that on that. pic.twitter.com/Z0esMYB6a5— BreeAngela (@breeangelaelyse) May 21, 2018
Alabama does have a history with 'M.A.A.D. City,' as shown in this video from earlier in the year:
Sorry, ain’t been long enough pic.twitter.com/QROIvZO93G— Jemele Hill (@jemelehill) January 9, 2018
Source, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
p.s. Congrats to him on 6 Billboard Music Award wins and 9 additional nominations.