Kendrick Lamar’s performance at the College Football National Championship game Monday night left folks with conflicting thoughts and polarizing views … but it had the people talking!
Kung Fu Kenny hit the stage in Atlanta at half-time and performed four high energy hits including “Humble” and “DNA”. Lamar, who has been very outspoken in his disdain for The Donald, was expected to use his moment performing in front of the President (who was in attendance for the game, as well) as an opportunity to give him a piece of his mind. Well, that didn’t happen.
It’s being reported that Trump left the game during half-time and probably missed Kendrick’s performance all together. It’s also worth noting that the two weren’t even in the same venue to begin with. The game was held at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium, while K Dot performed live at Atlanta’s Centennial Olympic Park.
But, had Trump stayed to watch the show, there still wouldn’t have been the confrontation many were hoping for. The rapper kept his performance pretty straight forward and delivered his hits word-for-word.
But, speaking of those words … many people accused the lyricist of lip-synching.
Take a look and let us know what you think…
Oh, and if you’re wondering about the game, the Alabama Crimson Tide beat the Georgia Bulldogs in overtime 23-20 … it was an exhilarating game!
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