The Internet Hates The Car Kendrick Lamar Bought For His Sister

June 5, 2017 / Posted by:

Sometimes the people of the internet can be that catty, judgmental frenemy with nothing nice to say EVER. Even when there is a positive story, they feel the need to crack their knuckles, sit on their toilets with their phone and talk shit (I imagine that’s where most of those fuckfaces do their dirty work). Just ask Kendrick Lamar’s sister, Kayla Duckworth.

As a high school graduation gift, Kendrick bought his sister Kayla a brand new 2017 Toyota Camry, and the internet was none too pleased with his choice of car. Meanwhile, most of them are searching their couch cushions for bus fare to go dine off of the nearest dollar menu, but that’s none of my business so you ain’t hear that from me…

Rap Up reports that Kayla took to her Instagram page to show off her new wheels, thanking her big brother for his generosity.

Thank you big brother for my graduation gift! ❤️ @kendricklamar

A post shared by Kayla Duckworth (@silnovia) on

Well this angered the masses (aka the people who can’t even afford a pack of Hot Wheels let alone a whole car) and they immediately came for Kendrick’s life with their negativity.

Kayla was unfazed by the negativity and went so far as to retweet a few comments from people who supported Kendrick by shutting the haters down. The Boombox posted a few tweets over on their site, but my absolute favorite would have to be this one.

This isn’t the first time Kendrick has come under fire for his lack of big ballin’. Back in 2014 when he purchased a home an hour outside of Los Angeles, many were surprised that, since he’s a huge rap star, he didn’t run to the realtor’s office and throw ten thousand stacks in the air shouting “Show me the good shit!” as it rained down from the heavens. Not everyone is in a rush to go broke!

So let that be a lesson to all the punks of the internet. In the words of the only First Lady I will ever acknowledge, Michelle Obama: “When they go low we go high.” So y’all feel free to keep those twitter fingers active while waiting for the bus. Maybe Kayla will honk at you as she rides by blasting her brother’s hit song, Humble.

Pic: WENN

 

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