Twitter Reacts To Kendrick Lamar's Juneteenth Concert

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Social media is buzzing after Kendrick Lamar hit the stage with several West Coast artists for a Juneteenth concert amid his beef with Drake.

On Wednesday (June 19), fans flocked to the Kia Forum in Los Angeles for Lamar's show "The Pop Out: Ken & Friends."

Lamar performed his Drake diss "Not Like Us" five times during the show, with the crowd rapping along to the lyrics aimed at the OVO artist each time. Dr. Dre, one of several surprise guests, introduced the diss onstage, saying “I see dead people" after performing his hits “Still D.R.E.” and "California Love."

West Coast stars Tyler, the Creator, Roddy Ricch, and Ty Dolla $ign also popped out and performed at Lamar's concert. DJ Mustard started the show and paid tribute to late West Coast artist Nipsey Hussle, playing their collaboration "Perfect 10."

During the Juneteenth concert, Lamar also brought together dozens of musicians from feuding sections of LA for a picture onstage.

“But you ain’t never seen this many sections on one stage. Let the world see this. We need to show everything” Lamar said. “This is unity. Unity from all of sides of LA, East LA to West, Crips, Bloods, this makes me emotional.”

See how Twitter reacted to Kendrick's star-studded concert below.

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