When Kendrick Lamar told us, “I got loyalty, got royalty inside my DNA,” most of us assumed he was talking about Black people having rich African roots.  It served as an anthem for quite some time, and  a part of his Pulitzer Prize winning album - garnering high praise from the masses. 

But what if this was a deeper, double entendre? What if the hidden meaning wasn’t about our culture, but was a more personal connection with him and his family? Could that hook be referring to his relationship with his cousin Baby Keem?  

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