During the Hangout Fest in Alabama Sunday night, Kendrick Lamar pulled a white fan named Delaney from the crowd so she could rap along with "m.A.A.d City."
Things got quickly awkward when the only part she really knew was the part of the chorus that went "nigga." The crowd booed her indiscretions and Kendrick warned her that she needed to self-censor. She didn't, and he stopped the song again and told her to step down.
There's been much debate over who's to blame for the cringe-fest.
T.I. has now weighed in, and he said he has sympathy for all involved with the debacle.
"Honestly a tough spot for both parties. I feel the same way every show when I do 24s in front of thousands of white fans. I know it's not malicious and they mean no disrespect or harm but it still stings a lil bit. And then I gotta accept my responsibility for using a private term for public consumption... I feel both sides. But all in all #IstandWitKdot period."
What do you think of Tip's take?