Jay Z’s new album has been taking the hip-hop world by storm; some people are already calling it his best work yet. Jay has been in the game for quite some time, but the 47-year-old rapper keeps on finding himself at the top of the mountain. However, not everyone is going to agree with what he has to say. There are some lyrics on his new album that Boosie didn’t really agree with, so he took to Instagram live to tell the fans how he really felt. You’ll be surprised at what he has to say…
Jay Z doesn’t really like the whole money phone thing, and he’s making it obvious. When someone gets their hands on a large amount of money, some people immediately want to hold it up to their ear and pretend like it’s a phone. Jay Z says that has to stop.
On his song “The Story of O.J.” from his new album 4:44, Jay talked about the subject.
The lyrics in the song went:
“Y’all out here still takin’ advances huh?
Me and my n***as taking real chances, uh
Y’all on the ‘Gram holdin’ money to your ear
There’s a disconnect, we don’t call that money over here.”
It’s clear what he’s talking about, but Louisiana rapper Boosie had some things to say to Jay.
He took to social media and streamed his rant saying:
“Jay Z not gonna stop our culture in Louisiana. I don’t know about New York. I don’t know about other cities and things like that. But Louisiana… You know his word is not born in Louisiana. What he says does not stop a movement, does not do anything in Louisiana. Not sh*tting on Jay, not sh*tting on the album, not doin none of that… Jay is a great businessman, but it’s for y’all to say I can’t put stacks on my ear cause Jay Z said? It’s not my fault. He’s not my mentor… you know, he didn’t raise me. I’m a grown ass man just like Jay Z. And people gonna still put stacks to they ear. I know in Louisiana they is!”