Many shouted the name of Kendrick Lamar's latest album when it was reported that Donald Trump was attending the College Football Playoff Championship in Atlanta, where he was giving the halftime performance. Lamar has made political statements at his televised shows in the past, and this was the perfect setup to do so.

Trump did show up and even took the field for the pregame National Anthem ceremony. However, he reportedly left right before Lamar's performance.

President Trump has just departed Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz stadium. He left before Kendrick Lamar’s halftime performance.

— Steve Kopack (@SteveKopack) January 9, 2018

And there wasn't an overt political statement from Lamar, either. It was just Kendrick, in a parka, giving the audience the Damn bangers. After starting with the "Feel" instrumental, he ran through "DNA," "Element," and "Humble" before ending with the recently released "All the Stars" sans SZA. In an unfortunate twist, the conversation turned from Lamar possibly making a righteous statement to accusations of him lip-syncing.

Kendrick Lamar keeps taking the mic away from his face and the raps just continue. Like he doesn’t even care about lip syncing right cause the beats are so good.

— Aaron Schatz 🏈 (@FO_ASchatz) January 9, 2018

This Kendrick Lamar halftime performance is some of the worst lip syncing I’ve ever seen. This is embarrassing. #NationalChampionship

— David Hookstead (@dhookstead) January 9, 2018

Kendrick Lamar showed up in Atlanta about as well as the Alabama offense. At least pretend you're not lip syncing. #GoDawgs

— UGA Football Live (@UGAfootballLive) January 9, 2018

Kendrick Lamar’s lip syncing is about as bad as Jalen Hurts’ passing ability. #CFPNationalChampionship #UGAvsBAMA

— Matt Barbato (@RealMattBarbato) January 9, 2018

Still, he was better than Alabama, who was scoreless at the half.

In just a few minutes Kendrick Lamar scored more than Alabama did in an entire half. #NationalChampionship

— shauna (@goldengateblond) January 9, 2018

No matter, you can watch a low-quality version of Kendrick Lamar's performance above.