Kendrick Lamar Faces Feminist Backlash For Misogynistic “Humble” Lyrics
Last night, Kendrick Lamar released his jaw-dropping music video for the first single off his currently unnamed album due to release on April 7 (hopefully)
“Humble”, produced by MikeWillMadeIt, was applauded and lauded by a vast majority of listeners, and the Dave Meyers (and the Little Homies) directed video added a another layer of excitement for Kendrick fans.
That said, not everyone was happy with one particular part of the song where Kung-Fu Kenny chided women who throw on a filter and use “photoshop” to alter photos of their bodies for social media approval:
I’m so f**king sick and tired of the photoshop, show me something natural like afros on Richard Pryor
Feminist tweeters immediately sprang into action to condemn Kendrick for his fake wokeness and perpetuating of misogynist themes.
Oh, this was just the beginning. Flip it over to see the white hot intersectional outrage AND the dissenting opinions.
Image via WENN/Twitter
All that said, not everyone is so outraged at Cornrow Kenny. We saw several women passing out “sit down” cards in 140 characters or less…
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