If you see Kendrick Lamar at the Barclays Center Thursday night, make sure to show him a little extra love because this performer might very well be the humblest rapper in the game.

I don’t profess to be one of his avid listeners, but I’ve read enough about his heart to consider myself a fan.

The bromance began last month when Lamar bought his little sister a car for a high school graduation gift. Not just any car, a Toyota Camry, the kind your aunt or mother’s friend might use to buy groceries or go to PTA meetings.

Despite his generosity, Lamar was trolled on Twitter for not getting his sister a ride with more pizzazz.

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"LMFAOOOOO Kendrick can’t buy his sister a better car than a Toyota Camry," wrote one Twitter user.

"If I gotta buy a car for ma sis ima make it look sexy," added another.

But Lamar, 30, didn’t seem to care. His sister was happy.

"Thank you big brother for my graduation gift!" Kayla Phillips wrote in one of several Twitter posts about her new ride, each tagging Lamar.

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Now big brother is in the news again for another automobile purchase.

During Lamar’s Texas stop on his “DAMN” tour, a longtime fan of the rapper announced last week that Lamar and his Top Dawg Entertainment record label surprised her with a wheelchair-accessible van.

So @msj3nn has been around from day 1 supporting the homies in everything they've ever done. Today we changed her life the way she has changed ours and so many others. We no longer have to worry about that gofundme link in my bio because SHE'S GETTING A NEW MODIFIED VAN COURTESY OF KENDRICK AND TDE. WE LOVE YOU SO MUCH, JENN. Here's a video of me losing my cool before getting her real reaction lol. DAMN.

A post shared by @edotharlow on Jul 14, 2017 at 10:49pm PDT

Fan Jennifer Phillips suffered a spinal cord injury in a 2007 car accident.

The quadriplegic had recently launched a GoFundMe page to raise money for a new van.

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Lamar, whose tour hits Brooklyn Thursday, picked up the tab.

"I’ve been to every show Kendrick has had in Dallas," Phillips said in an Instagram post about Lamar and his label. “Of course they have great music but they are also great people. None of them have ever treated me like a stranger or a charity case.”

Welcome to the new era of hip hop, where performers rap about God, use the mic to preach humility, and see the value of substance over style.

While other performers rap about poppin’ bottles of Cristal and rolling the best weed, Lamar hosts a tour with no drugs or alcohol backstage. and shares gifts and verses that have lasting appeal.

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“Next time I’m driving myself to your show,” Phillips wrote on Instagram.

Now, that’s keeping it real.