Reports surfaced last week that Kendrick Lamar stormed out of a Chicago Listening party for his debut studio album good kid, m.A.A.d city.

In a recent interview with, the West Coast emcee outright denied the claim.

“Who made that up?” he asked.

The question referred to Editor-in-Chief Andrew Barber’s tweets on September 24 that indicated Kendrick played three songs, became angry “because everyone is talking… Pulls the plug on computer and dips. But not before Ab-Soul dissed the crowd[.]”

K. Dot denied any ill will toward Chicago. “Matter of fact – I hate Chicago? Stop it. Half my family’s out there. That’s like my second home. Get it right.”

Watch the interview below:


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