It's not that hard to do, but apparently it's something white people still forget about at concerts. When an artist performs a song to a crowd of white people, it's not unreasonable to expect the crowd to self-censor when necessary. If you're white, don't say the n-word. Unfortunately, as evidenced by Kendrick Lamar's recent performance at Hangout Fest in Alabama, not everyone got the memo.

As pointed out by numerous people attending Hangout Fest, Kendrick brought a white fan on stage to rap alongside him. It doesn't take that long for Delaney, the fan he brought on stage, to mess up. Performing "M.A.A.D City," she manages to censor herself the first time around, before doubling down and uttering it not just once, but multiple times.

"Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait," Kendrick says as he interrupts her. Delaney immediately respond, "Am I not cool enough for you? What's up, bro." Kendrick, clearly exasperated by her response, says, "You gotta bleep one single word, though." Acting dumb, she retorts, "Oh, I'm sorry. Did I do it?"

Without hesitating, Kendrick responds, "Yeah, you did it." It's a pretty awkward interaction to watch, but Kendrick was surprisingly restrained, allowing her to rap the opening of the song again, but with a little bit of censoring this time. Not so hard, right, Delaney? Funnily enough, though, fans claim he performed "Bitch Don't Kill My Vibe" afterwards.