Netizens Slams Jay Z for comparing being called a “capitalist” to the N-word
Jay Z has of late faced a barrage of criticism on the social media platform Twitter after he was said to have compared a royal to a racial slur. On Wednesday, August 31st the Empire State of Mind singer appeared on a Twitter Spaces chat session with Rob Markman and Ari Melber. In the 17-minute session, Jay Z tried to present a rags-to-riches story that went awry. While talking about empowering Black rappers like Kanye West, Rihanna, and LeBron James, Jay Z said they won’t stop.
At that time, he added that society tried to ‘lock’ them in the ‘American Dream’ and created the word ‘kapitalista’ as they rose to success: Before the dream America, ‘Pull yourself up by the bootstraps, and you can build yourself up… you can work in America,’ this is a lot of lies that America is telling us about itself. more. Her comment later earned her a ton of fire from netizens. The rapper looked at what is known as ‘capitalism’ and racist comments.
Thank you pic.twitter.com/waMQkIldVm
— Rob Markman 💭 (@RobMarkman) September 1, 2022
Later, when we started to enter, they tried to stop us from going out. They start making up words that you know, you know the money master, what are the things. At the end of the day, you know, we’ve been called ‘n**gers’ and ‘monkeys’ and idiots. I couldn’t help but think; all of you will do these words. All of you should think of relevant words. Internet users were confused when they heard that the singer-entrepreneur, estimated at $ 1.3 billion, capital was compared to the N-word. Many people saw that the founder of Roc Nation is a fan, because he has collected a sign of many dollars.
Twitter Compares Jay Z Calling Him a ‘Capitalist’ to the N-word
Jay-Z’s verse on ‘God Did’ is creating buzz on social media. In a chat on Twitter Spaces recently, he was approached to explain his verses on the track. In doing so, Jay Z compared being known as a rapper with the N-word and said there was no disgracomparedccess. During a 17-minute chat session on Twitter Spaces with journalist Rob Markman, DJ Khaled and more on Wednesday, August 31, Jay Z was asked about his favorite line in music he talks about raising other Black artists like Kanye West, Rihanna and LeBron James to rich people. The Roc Nation founder responded by welcoming people who criticized his business practices and tried to shame him for his success.
Jay Z is very upset because he is the one who has turned into the worst person he has ever seen. like that you can blame his upbringing but there is a deeper moral issue when someone equates the word capitalist with a nig*er.
— ike (@419kiddd) September 1, 2022
The hip-bouncing billionaire’s comments were criticized by some who turned a blind eye to him for comparing them to the so-called reader and calling him a cynic. Jay Z is still on that Space crying about calling himself a boss (he is). And then try to say that calling wealthy Black people racist is like the n-word. LMAOOO wrote one person. Some fans have said that Jay Z is rightly recognized as a money maker since his involvement with the NFL will undoubtedly add more money to the bank.
Jay Z just said you made up the word capitalist because we’re jealous of a Black man making money 💀 Like a boss, the man is really sick & he’s really trying to play wow .
— Instead, be stylish ✨ (@tsvarakad3nga) September 1, 2022
For those who don’t know, the NFL has had a negative reaction to their treatment of San Franciso 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick. Colin Kaepernick says he was fired from the league after pointing out racial injustice and police brutality. Netizens list several examples of the highest-paid rapper in America trying to show proof of his free makeup.
Jay Z was when people called him a billionaire pic.twitter.com/nuzyGUq0dA
— jordan • them (@jd_occasionally) September 1, 2022
Jay-Z is an avid reader. And to be a successful reader as a backward person in the white man’s world- you have to be a “marketer.” There is no way around that. Compassion and justice cannot survive the onslaught of tyranny
— Paul the Anti-natal Guy (@KeizyZulu) September 2, 2022
Jay z talks about why some celebrities need to stay silent. I thought the curtain fell when he was in the NFL and you thought he was good for ppl and nothing happened but he just lined his pockets. You need to know when he is going. 🥴
— Nyatoofly 💅🏽 (@nybbyxo) September 1, 2022
Jay Z can rap. But we haven’t forgotten the family dance in NFL offices talking about “past the knee.”
— Quincy Avery (@QuincyAvery) September 2, 2022
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