Rick Ross and James Harden Make Splash at Kendrick Lamar's 'Pop Out' Show

K.Dot's concert in Inglewood was a phenomenal celebration of West Coast rap, featuring unexpected appearances by the fellow hip-hop artist and more, including DeMar DeRozan.

AceShowbiz - By now, everyone should know that Rick Ross is not particularly fond of Drake. Overall, they found themselves at odds with one another over a cease & desist pertaining to a French Montana track. However, this ultimately led to diss tracks like "Push Ups" and "Champagne Moments". Since the feud, Ross has continuously taken shots at Drake in the media. It has made for some hilarious moments, and there is no doubt that Ross has no plans to slow down.

Rick Ross made an unexpected appearance at Kendrick Lamar's "Pop Out" show in Inglewood, which has been the talk of the town. The event has been a massive celebration of West Coast rap, featuring performances by numerous smaller artists like Bino Rideaux, Cuzzos, Rucci, Remble and Ohgheesy, all thanks to DJ Hed. Additionally, Battle Zone was in the building, thanks to Tommy The Clown.

In a video circulating online, Ross showed up with none other than NBA star James Harden. The duo seemed to be having an incredible time, adding to the event's festive atmosphere. While Ross wasn't on any official performance lists, his presence undoubtedly turned heads and sparked excitement among fans.

Interestingly, Chicago Bulls star and Compton native DeMar DeRozan was also spotted at the show. On the track "Not Like Us", Kendrick Lamar raps, "I'm glad DeRoz' came home, y'all didn't deserve him neither," referencing DeRozan's remarkable nine-season tenure with the Toronto Raptors before being traded to the San Antonio Spurs in a blockbuster deal for Kawhi Leonard. DeRozan's hometown presence added an extra layer of significance to the event.

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