whenever i see white folks lip syncing to hiphop songs,
i low-key cringe.
i wait to see if “pineapple” would come out their mouth.
(for those who are new:
pineapple in the foxhole is “n*gga”)
it was interesting to see them rapping along to “pineapples in paris”.
kendrick lamar learned when he invited a snow bunny on stage.
this is what happened via “the grape vine”…
Kendrick Lamar invited a fan onstage during the Hangout Festival this weekend to perform “M.A.A.D City.” Nothing about a white girl in Alabama rapping “M.A.A.D City,” of all tracks, sounds like a good idea, but Kendrick apparently had faith that she’d be smart enough to skip lyrics like “my nigga.”
But Becky was like, “YOU THOUGHT!”
After “my nigga” rolled off of her tongue a smooth three times, Kendrick stopped midconcert to check his brazen fan. When Kendrick cuts her off, she asks, “Am I not cool enough for you? What’s up, bro?”
“You gotta bleep one single word, though,” replied Lamar.
“Oh, I’m sorry. Did I do it?” she asked.
why did that seem fake?
oh they use the word in songs,
but the white folks have to bleep it?
most hip hop stans are white folks tho.
they’re usually front row at every concert.
we throw the word around so freely,
as i’ve been told,
it has lost it’s “meaning” now.
it’s weird because when it’s use as an insult,
black folks raise all kinds of hell.
We should stop getting angry,
and banish the word in general?
that makes too much sense.
lowkey: it describes “ignorant” for all races when i use it.
article cc: the grape vine