Kendrick lamar responds to security guard who cries at his show

Kendrick Lamar responded to footage showing a security guard crying during one of his performances.

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The clip was shared by TikTok, and it has since gone viral. Lamar is seen tearing up while the security guard wipes away his tears. ‘DAMN.’Cut ‘Love’Houston, Texas. The guard can then be seen singing along to the lyrics. “I’m like an exit away.

Devyn Santef, the local guard, later shared his story with us. “I woke up the next day and it was everywhere,”Sanford stated. “I’m still taking it all in right now. […] I debated about whether to buy tickets or work the show and I decided to work it and it was still just as impactful to me.”

“It brought me back to when the song first came out. I was going through a tumultuous time in my life at that point,” Sanford continued. “The words, the crowd around me, everyone was screaming and reaching for Kendrick and crying and I kind of like absorbed everybody’s emotions. I was trying my best to hold it together and I just cracked.”

Below is the original viral footage

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Lamar was interviewed about the video after his Rolling Loud performance. “kid reporter” Jazlyn “Jazzy” Guerra (per Stereogum). “It’s really just about the feeling of it. At the end of the day, past all the politics, past all the numbers, it’s what music makes you feel, you know, how it makes you feel,” Lamar said.

“To see that – and shoutout to him, by the way, because I see you bro – I was like, ‘man, I wonder what he’s going through,’”He continued. “At the end of the day that’s how you want everyone to receive your music, you know, make them feel good, make them feel like a moment they’re attached to can live forever.”

Lamar began his weekly kickoff last week. ‘Big Steppers’ world tour in Oklahoma, performing seven tracks from the new album – including ‘Father Time’, ‘Auntie Diaries’ ‘Die Hard’ – live for the first time.

Lamar’s massive world tour will continue throughout North America until mid-September, before heading to Europe and the UK the following month. It’ll wrap up with an Australian and New Zealand run in December.

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