The Left will try to cancel rapper Kendrick Lamar for the advice he gave graduates at Compton College

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Kendrick Lamar is regarded as one of the greatest rappers of all time.

Lamar supports the Black Lives Matter movement and despises former President Donald Trump.

But the Left will try to cancel rapper Kendrick Lamar for the advice he gave graduates at Compton College.

Kendrick Lamar is one of the most popular rappers in the country

Rapper Kendrick Lamar released his debut album Section.80 in 2011 and quickly became one of the most famous artists in the country.

Lamar has won 17 Grammy Awards, the third most by any rapper in history.

He’s also won a Primetime Emmy Award, four American Music Awards, 29 BET Hip Hop Awards, 11 MTV Video Music Awards, 6 Billboard Music Awards, and a Brit Award.

In 2016, he received 11 Grammy nominations, the most in one night by a rapper.

Lately, Lamar has been in the news for his ongoing feud with fellow rapper Drake that started last year.

On May 4, he released a diss track about Drake called Not Like Us that broke numerous streaming records.

But Lamar is also an outspoken supporter of Black Lives Matter and most of the Democrat agenda.

The Wall Street Journal labeled him a “populist” and Pitchfork described Lamar as a “radio-friendly but overtly political rapper.”

Lamar endorsed former President Barack Obama in 2012 and met with him at the White House in 2015.

He pushes the Left’s woke LGBTQ+ agenda and spoke out against the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.

Lamar has also made it clear that he despises former President Donald Trump.

“Donald Trump is a chump, know how we feel, punk / Tell ’em that God comin’ / And Russia need a replay button, y’all up to something,” Lamar wrote for the lyrics in one of his songs.

Rapper delivers a surprising commencement address

Lamar recently delivered a commencement speech to graduates at Compton College.

After Harrison Butker voiced his conservative values during a commencement speech, this provided a lyricist like Lamar with an opportunity to push the left-wing agenda during his speech.

But he stayed away from the woke ideology and instead offered solid advice to the young men and women.

“Y’all have the heart, y’all have the courage to be independent thinkers,” Lamar said. “Independent thinkers, there’s nothing more valuable than that.”

He also told them to have faith in God and lean on Him during hard times.

“You gonna have hardships, you go have tribulations, just as you had coming up here, but guess what, you got somebody special behind your corner and all around you, and that’s God, period,” Lamar said. “Every step of the way, when you fall and you have your shortcomings, He’s right there. When you have your victories, He’s right there.”

The graduates would be wise to follow Lamar’s advice about God.

The Left hates God and religion.

And they will not be happy with Kendrick Lamar speaking about God instead of pushing their woke ideology.

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