By K.B. Tindal
Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer
During the 2015 BET Awards, there were many pivotal moments that had people talking. Among them was Kendrick Lamar’s opening performance of “Alright,” dropping the video during the ceremony. In the midst of the cops on blacks violence, Kendrick Lamar reflected it all on stage.
This week, Geraldo Rivera has been all over the mainstream media for his comments about the BET Awards. No, Rivera isn’t a part of the urban culture, but he had commentary. He believes Kendrick Lamar’s performance was inciting violence.
Kendrick Lamar allowed Geraldo Rivera to talk about him for the past few days without saying anything, but TMZ Live caught up with him. Speaking with Harvey Levin and company, Kendrick explained his performance. When they talked, Kendrick Lamar said his message was about hope and not violence and negativity.
Watch the entire interview below:
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