Kendrick Lamar has a problem with folks who fail to understand the real message behind his hit song “Alright.”
So much so that the Compton rhymesayer told TMZ that critics like Geraldo Rivera are using his 2015 BET Awards performance of the track to stir up fake controversy. Chatting with “TMZ Live” on Thursday (July 2), Lamar addressed his critics and Rivera, who accused him and hip-hop as a whole of hurting black youth more than racism.
To see Lamar’s response to Rivera, check out the video below:
Watch Kendrick’s video to Alright below:
(Photo Source: PR Photos; Video Source: TMZ)