Auntie Diaries (track) by Kendrick Lamar

Auntie Diaries by Kendrick Lamar
Year: 2022
From the album Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers (track #15)
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From 05/19/2022 14:53
The repeated use of the f-word seems to be getting a lot of attention here. But, his intention is pretty clear. The final verse sums that much up pretty succinctly.

"I said them F-bombs, I ain't know any better
Mistakenly, I didn't think you'd know any different
See, I was taught words was nothing more than a sound
If everything was pronounced without any intentions
If every second, you challenge the shit I was kicking
Reminded me about a show I did out the city
That time I brung a fan on stage to rap
But disapproved the word that she couldn't say with me
You said, "Kendrick, ain't no room for contradiction
"To truly understand love, switch position
"Faggot, faggot, faggot, " we can say it together
"But only if you let a white girl say, 'Nigga'""
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60/100
From 05/14/2022 05:31
I'm also bi, but I can't totally abide by this track. The intention is there. I love that Kendrick is talking about how we are harmful to those we love and how much we have to work to be better. I know that the ignorance is on purpose. But the repeated f-slur, the dead-naming, and the misgendering don't quite sit right.
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From 05/13/2022 15:10
@PrettyFly4ABiGuy lmaooo alrighty then
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From 05/13/2022 15:00
EVERYBODY RELAX, I'M BISEXUAL AND I GIVE KENNY THE F-WORD PASS.
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From 05/13/2022 14:44
This is such an important track. It's rare for a hip hop artist as big as Kendrick to make a song that is so unabashedly pro-lgbt. I understand that the usage of the f-slur may come across is offensive and distasteful to some, and if I'm being honest it DOES make me raise my eyebrow a bit, but he's using to it to demonstrate just how normalized homophobia is in hip hop. This is actually one of the most progressive and forward thinking rap songs I've ever heard.
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