Don't mind, cause now you ever in debt to good kid, m.A.A.d. city
Kendrick remarks in “The Art of Peer Pressure” about how he’s a strong believer in karma. Compton will forever owe Kendrick the debt of his childhood. Compton can not turn back time and make right what it has collectively wronged. Kendrick is reimbursed for K-Dot’s struggle through his career as a storyteller.
Kendrick is Compton’s “human sacrifice”. And so when Kendrick is finally redeemed for all he had to endure from his environment, all the players will be indebted to him for his sacrifice. They’ll owe him his respect for this.
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