National Championship Viewer Delivers Sick Burn About Alabama's First Half Performance


Kendrick Lamar had the honor of putting on the inaugural halftime performance during the College Football Playoff National Championship on Monday night in Atlanta.

The real reason for Trump's attendance was shared by White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, who described the two opponents in the game, the University of Georgia and the University of Alabama, as "two great teams from two great states, both in the heart of Trump country". Lamar has been very vocal against Trump in the past but he did not make any political statement or demonstration during his performance.

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Lamar, who often takes Trump to task in his lyrics, is outspoken on issues of social justice. Lamar performed at Atlanta's Centennial Olympic Park, while the game itself was played at nearby Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

"In just a few minutes Kendrick Lamar scored more than Alabama did in an entire half", Shauna Wright tweeted after rapper Kendrick Lamar's halftime show.

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Fans in both venues got to see Lamar perform DNA, Element and Humble off of his best-selling album, Damn.

Trump urged National Football League owners to fire players who protest in September and has insisted that they should stand for the anthem to show respect for the nation and the flag - a point he reiterated earlier Monday during a speech at the American Farm Bureau in Nashville. He closed the mini-set with "All The Stars", his new collab with SZA, which is featured on the Black Panther soundtrack.

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