Kendrick Lamar’s ‘Humble’ Outrages Feminists

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By: AJ Niles

Kendrick Lamar is a polarizing rapper as of late. While folks are praising him for possibly dissing Drake and Big Sean on “The Heart: Part IV,” Kendrick is facing the ire of feminists for lines on his second single, “Humble.”

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  1. Out of all the things to complain about, now they’re mad a rapper is actually praising a woman for being natural? I can’t. Really I can’t today.

  2. You know I’m all for the women’s rights but sometimes I just feel like everything got da-n thing does not need to be challenged. People do do a lot of photoshopping especially WOMEN. You never know the natural beauty of women until they are willing to actually show you. If you prefer it then do it but don’t get mad because someone has an opinion just as you are entitled to have one about it. So in my Kendrick Lamar’s voice (sit down, be humble). Now that is my Jam!

  3. The only people offended are the ones he’s talking about who can’t post a picture to Instagram without editing and can’t walk out the house without concealing everything that’s natural about them. I guess they are so used to being the standard now that a little praise for women who are more on the natural side triggers them.

  4. I’m so lost. How is what he said so bad? He basically said that he’s tired of fakeness being praised and held as the standard of beauty. Imperfections like stretch marks is what he likes, and he’s for the natural like women wearing afros. And being natural, is a turn on for him. I don’t think it’s that serious but I guess.

  5. I hate Twitter. Literally all a lot of these people do on there everyday is whine about something. And I’m sure a lot of these so called feminists are really just salty Drake stans anyway. They are the loudest bunch when it comes to anti-Kendrick tweets. They will have a problem with anything Kendrick does, but in their minds Drake can do no wrong.

  6. A man praising a woman for being herself is getting “outrage” from Twitter?? This is way too much…..this new generation is raised on social media where fake is the new normal for them. This line stood out the first time I listened, loved it then, love it now.

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