The game addresses Kendrick Lamar’s concert absence

Whether at a show or at home, people can’t get bored Kendrick Lamar’s ‘Pop Out’ Concert! While enjoying this iconic moment, some social media users noticed that Games did not attend the event.

Now, the West Coast rapper is addressing why he was absent.

The game is about K. Dot’s concert

As The Shade Room previously reported, Kendrick Lamar held his ‘Pop Out’ concert on the West Coast on June 16. The award-winning rapper rocked The Forum in Los Angeles as he headlined three-hour show with some surprise guests. The event also brings together some of LA’s most famous faces in music and sports.

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On Thursday night, the ‘How We Do’ rapper took to Instagram Live to talk about being absent from this epic moment.

“Kendrick has done his shit and what he did last night was great for the West Coast. I sat back and watched it. I didn’t have to be there to think that game was great. I think it’s the Coast dub. I think what K.Dot did to much of the West Coast last night was tough. I think it was difficult and I think he was stupid and had a big heart for doing it.”

Game also talks about his current relationship status with drake. Fans of MC Compton know that he has a record with Drake titled ‘100’.

“About my relationship with Drake. Drake is my brother. I fuck with Drake. If I call Drake and tell him I need this or I need that, he’ll do it. My loyalty is to m**** f**** that is loyal to me.”

The ‘Hate It Or Love It’ musician further discussed Kendrick and Drake’s rap beef, noting that it emerged as one of the biggest feuds in hip hop, but both artists are lucky to survive .

Swipe below to see everything The Game had to say.

Social media reacted to the game

Roomies were quick to jump in Shade Room comments section to share their thoughts on The Game’s statement.

Instagram User @vonnaaaaajay wrote, “TGame is probably the last person that Kendrick thinks of 😂”

Instagram user @dougie_dagoat wrote, “I promise you we don’t need an explanation from the Games.”

While Instagram users @reddgj2 wrote, It was no coincidence that he was eliminated. Dude you’re a mess.

Instagram user @tristan_theblerd then wrote: “Drake texted “If I see you, we’re done.”

Instagram user @drohio330 wrote, “Rick Ross was there but Game wasn’t. Tell me everything I need to know.”

Finally, Instagram user @turley__ wrote: “I’m almost certain that The Game was the only one interested in his whereabouts last night.”

Meanwhile, on the night of the show, user X (formerly Twitter) complained about Game’s absence.

Details about K. Dot’s 6th show

As The Shade Room previously reported, Kendrick Lamar closed down the Forum in Los Angeles with his ‘Pop Out’ concert on June 17.

The Compton-bred rapper made the whole arena jump for joy when he appeared with some surprise guests. The iconic show included performances by Dr. Dre, Tyler the Creator, Dom Kennedy, Ty Dolla $ign, Roddy is rich, YG, Mustard & Friends, Student Q, Jay Rock, Steve LacyAnd Ab-Soul.

Although he appeared unexpectedly, it was K. Dot’s goal that lit up the entire arena. The Grammy Award-winning musician spit some of his hit records and protest songs at Drake. Kendrick started the show with his single “Euphoria” and then rapped “6:16 in LA” along with his verse on Future And Metro Boomin’sSuch.”

What really livened up the night and sent the audience into a frenzy was him performing his chart-topping song, ‘Don’t like us’ five times.

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