Jay Z Was 'Really Hurt' By Kanye West's Comments About Beyoncé

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The rapper also talked at length about the 4:44 recording process, with Jay Z revealing that a mold problem in a Los Angeles house he was renting at the time caused him to get sick while recording the album tracks "Smile" and "Moonlight".

When discussing him taking shots at Kanye on the album, he explains, "It's not even about a Kanye diss". It was personal. It was Shawn Carter. Today, they release their 10th episode which serves as part one of their an interview with Jay-Z.

"It's incredibly hurtful to Kim to hear that Beyonce and Jay don't like her, and she feels it's because they've never really given her a chance, or tried to get to know the real Kim".

"It's not even about a Kanye diss", Jay Z insisted. "And he knows it's a problem". Kanye called out JAY-Z and Beyonce during his infamous concert previous year. "His name is there, just because it's just the truth of what happened". He also told Jay-Z to call him, saying: "You still ain't called me".

The 36-year-old reality star is rumoured to be at the centre of Jay's ongoing feud with her husband Kanye West, but Kim is bemused as to why the celebrity couple have never truly embraced her. "Dot" Miller on Rap Radar podcast. Me and him would have been talked about it. " received considerable blowback from a number of listeners, as well as the Anti-Defamation League, who released the following statement: "Such notions have lingered in society for decades, and we are concerned that this lyric could feed into preconceived notions about Jews and alleged Jewish "control' of the banks and finance".

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'Jay Z, call me bro, you still ain't call me.

Meanwhile, JAY-Z is in the United Kingdom where he is the headline performer at the V Festival in Chelsmford, Essex, on Sunday night. "He's an honest person, we'll say things, and he's wrong a lot of times, and we'll confront it". We are all great people.

"Before I started this album, I studied like not just hip hop, any genre".

He referenced one of the songs lyrics to further clarify his point, saying: "I'm not talking about Kanye when I say, 'You dropped out of school, you lost your principles.' I'm talking about me!" "No one's ever chopped records up the way those records are chopped up". Think about what was the next thing, the next thing to I wanted to say.

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