Kendrick Lamar reacts to viral video of security guard getting emotional on his show

Kendrick Lamar won’t judge you if you need napkins after attending one of his concerts.

Recently, Lamar has been in the spotlight after footage from his Big Steppers Tour buzzing on social media highlighting how exciting his performances can be.

Recently viral clip walked out of the tour showing the security guard clearly moved to tears by the prophetic rapper’s live performance of DAMN’s 2017 tune “Love.”

After the footage went viral on social media, fans began to wonder if the video, which has over 11 million views on TikTok, was ever seen by the Grammy Award-winning rapper.

AT Jazzy’s World TV interviewLamar confirmed that he saw the viral clip before explaining that he wants his music to evoke positive emotions in people.

“It’s really all about feeling it at the end of the day,” Lamar Jazzy said. “Past all politics, past all figures. It’s what music makes you feel, how it makes you feel. So to see it… And by the way, hi to him, because I saw him, bro. I thought, dude, I wonder what he’s going through? But at the end of the day, that’s how you want everyone to perceive your music.”

AT Fox 26 interviewa security official later identified as Devin Sanford said he had no idea the moment was captured until after the concert.

“I woke up the next day and it was all over the place,” he said. “I’m still taking it all in right now.”

Sanford said that Lamar is one of his favorite artists, so he made every effort to attend a concert at the Houston Toyota Center.

“I was contemplating whether to buy tickets or work on the show and I decided to work and it still made the same impression on me,” he explained.

Sanford, who was seen wiping tears while trying to keep his composure during Lamar’s performance, added that “Love” carries considerable weight to him.

“It took me back to when the song first came out. At that moment, I was going through a turbulent period in my life,” he told the news outlet. “The words, the crowd around me, everyone was screaming, reaching out to Kendrick and crying, and I kind of soaked up all the emotions. I tried my best to stick together and I just broke down.”

The guard also commented on the viral clip on the video-sharing platform, writing, “This is me in the post, y’all… this song means EVERYTHING to me and I felt the emotions of everyone around me… definitely love getting paid for it.” “.

Sanford went on to reveal that Lamar’s team has since contacted him to offer free merchandise and possibly a chance to talk to his favorite rapper.

Lamar “Mr. Album “Fighting Spirit and Big Steppers” debuted at no. one on the Billboard 200 albums chart upon its release in May.