Kendrick Lamar allegedly believes that his critics—specifically Fox News reporter Geraldo Rivera—are using his BET performance to stir up controversy. While Rivera believes that Lamar's use of the vandalized police car is hurting Black youth more than helping, Lamar says that the cop car was simply a side accessory of the performance. He also says that Rivera missed the main point of his performance, which was to inspire hope. [TMZ]

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Kendrick Lamar recently interviewed N.W.A. ahead of the Straight Outta Compton premiere. The rapper said it was a dream come true. If you had the chance to interview anyone, living or dead, who would it be?

Dominique Hobdy
Aug, 18, 2015

Kendrick Lamar can check yet another dream off of his list.

Ahead of the premiere of N.W.A.'s Straight Outta Compton biopic, the rapper got to interview the iconic group in a Billboard exclusive.

Lamar, who says he's a product of the group, picked their brains about everything from staying sane in the music industry to their feelings about today's rappers. At one point Lamar even asked them to bear with him because he was "tripping right now."

If you had the chance, who would you sit down with for an in-depth conversation? Famous or not, dead or alive, who would you love to talk to? Sound off!

Check out Kendrick and N.W.A.'s sit down below:

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