Kendrick Lamar isn't holding any grudges coming off a disappointing night at the Grammy Awards, so maybe his fans will finally be ready to move on as well.

After the show Twitter was flooded with comments from outraged fans, who felt that Kendrick deserved the Grammy for Best Rap Album, which ultimately went to Macklemore. The Seattle rapper went on a little apology tour after scooping up four trophies — even sharing the "sorry" text message he sent to K.Dot — but Kendrick is only sending well wishes.

"It's well-deserved; he did what he did, man," Kendrick told XXL of Macklemore's Grammys sweep. "He went out there and hustled and grinded. Everything happens for a reason; the universe comes back around, that's how it go."

The Compton rapper is no sore loser, happily making cameos at both J.Cole and Dom Kennedy's shows in New York City Tuesday night to show support. Still, he reiterated the fact that hip-hop deserves a better look at the annual show.

"I definitely feel like they should always have more of the culture up in there, for sure, because we definitely stand out just like any other genre," he said. "We part of the world. We part of the movement. So I think any awards, including the Grammys, should always push for more hip-hop because it's music as a whole, it's not just splitting different regions. Everything moves as far as sound and vibrations, and that's how it goes. And we are a part of that."

During an interview with Hot 97 on Monday morning, Macklemore explained that hip-hop will probably never get the appreciation it deserves at the Grammys, unless the ballot voting system is changed.

"What makes it awkward for me is the fact that you never want to be the person that's robbing somebody else. And I think what people don't understand, is what the Grammys are. It's a bunch of people on the Grammy committee, in the industry, that get a ballot," he said. "I got a ballot this year. Now, as I'm filling out the ballot I'm realizing I don't know much outside of the genre of hip-hop. So people are filing out bubbles of genres that they don't know about, and that's the process of it."