Jay-Z Says He Wasn't Dissing Kanye In Meek Mill Track
Everyone calm down because Kanye and Jay-Z are not in the middle of a rap beef.
At least that's what they're telling us on social media after fans were certain Jay-Z's verse in Meek Mill's track "What's Free" was criticising Kanye and his support of US President Donald Trump.
“No red hat, don’t Michael and Prince me and ‘Ye / They separate you when you got Michael and Prince’s DNA,” Jay raps on the new track.
He also says: Enjoy your chains, what's your employer name with the hairpiece? Which hip-hop fans connected to Kanye's comments on slavery this year, and his highly publicised meeting with Donald Trump.
However -- following the online uproar -- Jay-Z has clarified on Twitter what he really meant in the "What's Freedom" verse -- which is kind of a big deal because the rapper hasn't tweeted since June 2017.
"The line clearly meant don't pit me against my brothers no matter what our differences are (red hat)," he wrote.
Some fans have also hit out at those eager to start drama between Ye and Hova -- saying the line in question couldn't have been clearer.
Kanye has now tweeted in response to Jay-Z -- hinting that the prodigious duo might produce a follow up to their Watch The Throne record released back in 2011.
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