god what a perfect song
This is how I feel, essentially. I don't think anything Kendrick related will ever move me the way it used to, but hearing them on a song together again was great. I also don't think its his best feature work really, and the original was perfect anyway.It’s cute. Kendrick turned me off with his last album, honestly, so I’ll probably stick to the album version.
You're right. Let's drop it. But I don't think quoting a single line is entirely fair.I can't relitigate the Auntie Diaries discourse. He just shouldn't have said it. I don't care if the content surrounding it was intended to be forward thinking and supportive or bigoted and hateful, the use of that word doesn't change.
Well, I don't think he's in any position to say the f word at all, but to be honest there's more to that song than that quote. https://genius.com/Kendrick-lamar-auntie-diaries-lyrics
"Back when it was comedic relief to say, "F*ggot"
"F*ggot, f*ggot, f*ggot," we ain't know no better
Elementary kids with no filter, however
My auntie became a man and I took pride in it"