Unless you're sleeping under a rock, you know that Kendrick Lamar dropped his brand new album DAMN. And on album cut 'YAH.', the Compton rapper took aim at Fox News - and specifically anchor Geraldo Rivera - for the comments they make about rappers and the way they handle the narratives of Black Americans in the press.

"Fox News wanna use my name for percentage/Somebody tell Geraldo this nigga got some ambition," he said on the brand new track. This was partially in reference to comments Rivera made about K.Dot's 2015 BET Awards performance of 'Alright' when he said "This is why I say that hip-hop has done more damage to young African-Americans than racism in recent years."

It turns out Geraldo has listened to Kendrick's new album and over the weekend, he posted a video to Facebook responding to the bars. "It’s the worst role model. It’s the worst example. It’s the most negative possible message. I know that the real danger to real black men and real brown men now is that their role model will sing about cops being killers and the system being stacked and there’s no chance of advancement and all the rest of it," he said. Listen below.