‘I want to be a positive influence,’ Kendrick Lamar Talks About Setting Good Examples For His Fans‎


Kendrick Lamar who was recently honoured with the ‘Generational Icon’ award by the State of California and State Senator Isadore Hall III‎ is intent on setting good examples for his fans.

In a speech he gave at a ceremonial ‎event and on an interview with Ellen DeGeneres he talked about giving back to the community because he knows ‘there’s a lot of kids in my neighbourhood that are watching TV and saying ‘You know what, I want to be a positive influence just like Kendrick Lamar, or whoever is out there doing something for the good.’ ‎

In line with his vision, Lamar recently partnered with Sweetgreen, a health food company, to produce a new salad called ‘Beets Don’t Kale My Vibe’.

The dish which ‎contains beetroot and kale, with its name a pun on the title of Lamar’s track ‘Bitch Don’t Kill My Vibe’, ‎was distributed to all the US salad chain’s stores, ahead of the rapper’s performance at their Sweetlife Festival, which took place this weekend in Maryland.‎

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