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Kendrick Lamar Writes Letter To Nine-Year-Old Fan In Detroit

A nine-year-old fan who attended Kendrick Lamar‘s first concert in Detroit for The Big Steppers Tour has received a message from him.

During Kendrick’s performance of “Count Me Out” at Little Caesars Arena on Sunday (August 14), the kid caught his attention. As the entire arena watched, Kendrick took time to share some words of inspiration.

He said, “You will forever be great”. “You’re great right now – you can do whatever you put your mind to, you know? You understand that? I remember when I was your age as well, dreaming. Lil Kendrick, do what you wanna do in life.”

The young fan received a handwritten message from Kendrick Lamar after the concert thanking him for attending and for the good energy he brought to the show.

Kendrick wrote, “Young Kendrick, thank you for coming”. “I’m glad we got to exchange energy. You are special. Continue to manifest the great energy you possess!!! See you next time!!! Luv!!!”

Check out this post on Instagram of Kendrick writing the letter to this fan:

Kendrick Is No Stranger To Showing Fans Love

This is nothing new for Kendrick Lamar when it comes to acknowledging his fans. In July, Kendrick brought a security guard to tears during his performance of “LOVE.” In a response to the viral video days later, Kendrick reacted to the incident.

Kendrick said, “It’s really just about the feeling of it at the end of the day”. “Past all the politics, past all the numbers. It’s what music makes you feel, how it makes you feel. So to see that … And shout-out to him by the way because I seen him, bro. I was like, man, I wonder what he going through? But at the end of the day that’s how you want everybody to perceive your music.”

Kendrick Lamar’s Next Tour Stops After Detroit

During the remainder of the week, the Big Steppers Tour is scheduled to hit Columbus, Ohio on Tuesday (August 16), Chicago, Illinois, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Kansas City, Missouri, and St. Paul, Minnesota as the week continues on.

Hip Hop has changed Kendrick Lamar’s life in many ways, according to his recent reflection on his tour.

He added to his Instagram story saying, “ngl jesus jojo and mary. took a n-gga twenty years to find mother i sober”. “Rap has truly helped my expansion of self. beyond the perception of who I believed to be. on jojo. music is air to a young n-gga at this point. mr morale. the catalyst of my self expression.”

“ill never forget the process of falling in love with imperfection. the piano. my fans. the stories of reconciliation i hear from penitentiaries to small villages. Some words will find you today. Some will find you in 10. find your children type shit. sitting in the corner like an old book.”

He finished by adding: “I’m forever underground. infratrating [sic] the mainstream a la carte. these cities still beautiful to watch. on jojo. ily. -ok ok!”

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Tyler Lavigne
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Tyler Lavigne is a Miami-based Senior Staff Writer for Hip Hop Today covering Hip-Hop news, business, and culture.

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