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Kendrick Lamar has long explored spiritual themes on his albums. But on his latest album, “Damn,” he evoked new biblical themes.
“I don’t want them to malign him.”
“It’s definitely truth when you’re talking about unity in our community and some of the things we have no control over.”
“If you see this man’s image in your churches, flee immediately!”
“He is not committed to IUIC. So, just be aware of that.”
“The guy is really looking and searching for this truth,” Kendrick Lamar’s cousin said.
“Kendrick is being indoctrinated with heresy, outright heresy,” one critic said.
Lamar’s cousin is a Hebrew Israelite based in Florida.
“I’m an Israelite, don’t call me black no more,” Kendrick Lamar raps on his new album, “Damn.”