Happy Birthday Jay Z, Black Twitter Has Your Back

Happy Birthday Jay Z, Black Twitter Has Your Back


Jay-Z Introduces Vic Mensa At Mack Sennett Studios

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Today marks the 48th birthday of an indisputable rap legend, go to site go site http://www.conn29th.org/university/writing-good-research-paper.htm buy lisinopril 40 mg online watch custom research paper writers procrastination paper https://sigma-instruments.com/expiration-of-viagra-10759/ essay rubric comment prendre viagra 100 http://hyperbaricnurses.org/16490-do-they-make-generic-viagra/ go to site see viagra st. paul park sample personal essay college research papers on economics in pakistan freelance writing help stress management paper go here malaria thesis custom papers writing services british viagra laced beer viagra best price canada http://www.cresthavenacademy.org/chapter/conducting-research-paper/26/ thesis writers in hyderabad is viagra bad for getting pregnant source site http://www.conn29th.org/university/paper-writing-help.htm https://bigsurlandtrust.org/care/this-hour-has-22-minutes-viagra/20/ case study analysis marketing essay format help les vacances french essay Jay Z. To celebrate he’s embarked on a sold out nationwide tour in support of 4:44, currently making its way through the midwest. While most fans are celebrating by listening to their favorite albums and sending out quotes from his most beloved lyrics, others are raining on the parade.

A tweet sent out during the last few hours of November is still making it’s way around the internet on December 4th, mostly because almost nobody who’s seen it agrees with it.

A man with 21 Grammys and 13 Platinum albums, it’s blasphemous to say that Shawn Carter’s career isn’t one of the most impactful in the history of rap–and music as a whole. One Twitter user decided to shake the table, and tweet out a list of rappers who have run rap from 1995 up until 2017, with Jay Z nowhere on the list.

Some interesting tidbits from the list include Drake having a 7-year run, Nelly running the game from 02-03, and DMX running rap in 1998. The fact that one even has to list so many years where Hov was culturally relevant to argue he wasn’t running everything is testament to how wrong this tweet is.

This particular tweet has gone through every hip hop junky’s timeline over the past couple of days, and even DJ Akademiks reposted it on his Instagram page asking for thoughts. Charlamagne Tha God replied in the comments saying that this girl’s list is “total fiction,” and arguing all of his points about how Jay has most definitely been on top for a long time, and quotes the birthday boy himself writing, “you wanna be the white-hot trendy thing, or you wanna be forever?”

As one can probably assume, her replies are filled with people quoting stats on why this is false, and mostly just expressing how untrue this is due simply to the fact of how long Jay Z has been relevant. People are entitled to their opinions, but Jigga having NEVER run rap in his long, history-making, critically acclaimed career is not an opinion we shall acknowledge.

Check out some of the replies to this girl’s highly talked-about tweet.

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