The “complicated” relationship between Jay-Z and Kanye West may have become a bit more contentious after Jay-Z slammed West in a song released Friday.
Rapping on Meek Mill’s track, “What’s Free,” Jay-Z says that Kanye should expect racism from the White House.
“No red hat, don’t Michael and Prince me and Ye,
They separate you when you got Michael and Prince’s DNA,
I ain’t one of these house n—– you bought,
My house like a resort, my house bigger than yours,
My spou ― c’mon, man ― my route better of course.”
He rapped, continuing to jab West.
“My hair free, carefree, n—– ain’t near free.
Enjoy your chains, what’s your employer name? With the hairpiece?”
The song appeared on Mill’s new album, “Championships.”
West, who grew up in South Shore, has been a vocal supporter of President Donald Trump.
West later tweeted that he wanted to “distance” himself from politics and felt “used” but donated to Amara Enyia’s mayoral campaign. West announced in September that he would move back to Chicago, and has been to the city several times since.
Jay-Z told The New York Times last year that his relationship with West was complicated. Jay-Z’s label, Roc-A-Fella Records, signed West years ago, but the two have had public spats before, including over Jay-Z’s streaming service TIDAL.
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