Kendrick Lamar Challenges President Obama To A Game Of Basketball In Compton

by Raheem Karim

In a Complex News interview The To Pimp A Butterfly rapper Kendrick Lamar invited President Obama to a game of basketball in his hometown of Compton after his term.

He jokingly stated, “He needs to work on his jump shot a little bit, get his left hand out over your right hand. I’ve been trying to bring him out, that’s why I’m throwing shots at him right now. I want him to come to Gonzalez Park, and Enterprise Park in Compton.”

On a serious note, POTUS plans on be very active in the community and stated, “I’m gonna be organizing my presidential center, which is gonna be focused on precisely this issue of how do we train and empower the next generation of leadership” in a recent Rolling Stones interview.

Kendrick also had this to say about President Obama after his term is over, “From the conversations that we had, I think he’s going to be in the community still heavy,” Lamar said. “He may not be POTUS but he will be there, and to be effective inside the urban communities, and other communities around the the world.”

Watch the full interview.

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