Russell Simmons Defends Jay-Z’s Supposed Anti-Semitic Lyrics (VIDEO)
Jay-Z has somebody in his corner on this.
Jay-Z has had someone else gone to the protection of his apparently against semitic verses on his new track “The Story of O.J.”
After Israeli-American ability chief Guy Oseary as of late said a few people took the verses outside of any relevant connection to the subject at hand, Russell Simmons has now resounded Oseary’s announcement. He expressed that Hov’s verses about business astute Jews ought to be viewed as a “controlling light to the dark and particularly the hip-bounce group.”
@FFEUnyc To all those focusing on negativity go buy the album, it’s focused on positivity.
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- Strangely, Buzzfeed has called attention to that both Simmons and Jay-Z already worked together on a PSA that was against – you got it – hostile to semitism. “Try not to be noiseless, recall that: We are one, one voice,” Jay Z said toward the finish of the video. I consider how much those words are reverberating now, and if maybe for a negative reason.Look at that PSA underneath.