Does Kendrick Lamar Have A Trans Auntie In Real Life?

The recent song of the singer Kendrick Lamar "Auntie Diaries," indicates that he has an auntie who is trans in real life.

Kendrick opens up about learning to understand and grow from his family members. He even discusses his mistakes in elementary schools, such as using homophobic slurs.

Lamar is going where seemingly every mainstream rapper has shied away from bringing attention to the trans community and offering support by sharing his personal experiences.

Lamar is a rapper, songwriter, and record producer from the United States. He is widely regarded as one of his generation's most influential rappers.

Along with his Top Dawg Entertainment (T.D.E.) labelmates Ab-Soul, Jay Rock, and Schoolboy Q, he is also a member of the hip hop supergroup Black Hippy.

He was born and raised in Compton, California, and began his musical career as a teenager under the stage name K.Dot, releasing a mixtape called Y.H.N.I.C.

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Kendrick Lamar's New Controversy And Song Explained

Kendrick Lamar's new song "Auntie Diaries," which features musings about a transgender relative, has sparked a social media debate and controversy.

Lamar raps openly about his homophobia as a child and how it affected his acceptance of a family member's transition on the track from his recently released album Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers.

Many Kendrick Lamar fans will be counting the minutes until midnight to hear the first track from his highly anticipated "Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers" album.

The cover art for the Compton-born rapper's fifth studio album was released a little more than 24 hours before the release, and no advance streams were offered to journalists.

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Music critics and hip-hop fans will be salivating to hear what K.Dot, King Kendrick, or Kung Fu Kenny has up his sleeve for his next era of music. 

However, they'll have to settle for what Lamar has already released.