WATCH: Kendrick Lamar stops show to school white fan on the N-word

The grammy-winner was playing no games at his recent concert.

Kendrick Lamar
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When will white folks learn that there are literally zero circumstances in existence that could make them using the N-word an acceptable choice? Particularly in the presence of black folks? Zeeeeero. One Kendrick Lamar fan learned that the hard way while attending his concert in Alabama over the weekend.

Delaney, a white woman who was brought onstage with the rapper while he performed his hit “m.A.A.d. City” at the Hangout Fest in Alabama and was publicly schooled common sense when Kendrick Lamar stopped the show to inform her that she is not allowed to say the N-word, even if it’s included in the song’s lyrics.

After she dropped the n-bomb several times, the superstar tried to stop the impending train wreck amid boo’s from the crowd. “Wait, wait, wait,” he said in reaction to her refusal to skip over the word that was clearly not meant for caucasian fans to recite in public.

That’s when Delaney got way too comfortable and asked Lamar what the problem was, seemingly oblivious to the very obvious issue.

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

“You gotta bleep one single word, though,” the rapper responded. “Should I let her stay up here, y’all?”

It seems the momentary pause threw off Delaney’s whole flow, and she quickly crashed and burned before being escorted from the stage.

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Kendrick Lamar was nominated for 15 Billboard Music Awards but he skipped the weekend’s festivities in Las Vegas, likely to perform this show in Alabama. Still, he managed to snag six trophies at the annual event including awards for Top Billboard 200 Album, Top Rap Artist, Top Rap Male Artist, Top Rap Album, Top Streaming Artist and Top Streaming Song (Audio).