Yes, here we go again.
Apparently, a white crowd celebrating on a “roll tide” after Alabama’s victory over Georgia in the NCAA Football Playoff National Championship let the N-word roll off of their tongue as well — and the \internet is not happy about it.
In a video posted to Twitter account @RoundersUA, the predominately white crowd tosses up to “m.A.A.d. city” by Kendrick Lamar, who also grabbed the mic for the game’s halftime performance that night. The hyphy track from K-Dot’s sophomore album washed over the crowd in a video from the incident. And when the track reaches its famous hook, “Man down, where you from, n***a?,” that same crowd failed to censor themselves.
See how the internet is taking their rap-a-long performance below.
Pardon pic.twitter.com/oHr74vSzxT— Johnny (@Jkn27boss) January 9, 2018
Every back person waiting on the N word pic.twitter.com/JBSrXlygNO— J-Rock (@_jrockautry_) January 9, 2018
Where you from my WHAT???? pic.twitter.com/tHCbvsi9q9— ari (@boydsgn) January 9, 2018
Me waiting for It pic.twitter.com/15ArCFZdtC— Dad (@DadiHml) January 9, 2018
Every black person watching this like pic.twitter.com/x5ufWPHFQq— WayLiveKb🕷™ (@WayLiveKb) January 9, 2018
WAYMENT WHAT YALL SAY pic.twitter.com/9FiZFitTaw— leah✨ (@DBryantWife) January 9, 2018
I know that didn't just say what I think they just said pic.twitter.com/Tc9q01OOiy— Jan 14🎉 (@deannaa_) January 9, 2018
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