Famous rapper Jay-Z has responded to those who have criticized his businesses over the years and that has made him a millionaire man.
The rapper spoke during a Twitter Spaces event earlier this week to promote their recent collaboration. ‘God Did’ with DJ Khaled.
When asked to discuss his story of bolstering financial opportunities to other black artists, including Rihanna and Kanye West, Jay-Z replied, “Yeah, we’re not going to stop. You know, hip hop is young, we’re still growing, and we’re not falling for that ruse whatever it is, you know , this public puts out there”.
“It used to be the American dream, ‘Pull yourself by the boot straps, and you can make yourself… you can make it in America.’all these lies that the United States told us all our lives,” continuous.
“And then when we started to get in, they tried to block us. They start making up words like ‘capitalist,’ you know, stuff like that. I mean, you know, we’ve been called ‘monkeys’ and ‘sh*t.’ matter, those words occur to them.You all have to come up with stronger words.”
Defending himself and the music industry, Jay-Z added: “We did our alternative route, we did this music, we did our thing. You know, we rush, we kill ourselves to get to this space and now it’s like, ‘eat the rich,’ man, we don’t stop.”
Earlier this year, Rihanna, Jay-Z and Kanye West made their debut on Forbes’ list of billionaires along with the world’s top earners.
Meanwhile, along with Jay-Z, DJ Khaled’s 13th studio album ‘God Did’ also featured contributions from Drake, Lil Wayne, Jay-Z, Rick Ross, Future, Quavo and Takeoff of Migos, SZA, Travis Scott, Gunna, 21 Savage, Kodak Black, Lil Baby, Jadakiss, a posthumous appearance by Juice Wrld and more.
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