VIDEO: Rapper accused of setting up white fan by inviting her to sing song with N-word in it


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Kendrick Lamar schooled a white fan after she said a derogatory racial slur during an Alabama concert.

The Pulitzer Prize winner invited a white fan named Delaney onstage during his set at the Hangout Festival in Gulf Shores, Alabama on Sunday.

The two were rapping to his 2012 hit song “m.A.A.d city” when Delaney failed to self-censor and said full lyrics which included the N-word. After she said it more than once, Lamar, 30, cut her off and addressed the issue, although Delaney seemed confused as to what the issue was.

The article goes on to state the following:

“Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait,” the rapper said as the music cut off.

“Am I not cool enough for you? What’s up, bro?” Delaney said.

DML News offers the following additional information published by FOXNEWS.COM:

In a viral video shared on social media of the incident, the rapper tells the singer that while singing his song, she’s “got to bleep one single word.” The fan then apologized and begged to stay onstage despite being booed by the massive audience.

The article goes on to state the following:

“Kendrick lamar INVITED a white girl on the stage to rap his song then got pissed off when she said the n word haha thats a full on set up,” on Twitter user wrote.

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