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Sunday, January 28, 2018

Jay-Z feeling hurt by Trump's word

Jay-Z feeling 'hurt' over Trump's word
"We have a President that comes and says every African country is a 'sh**hole country,' how does that land with you as a dad?" CNN's Van Jones, an avowed communist, asked the rapper, Jay-Z.

"It is disappointing and it's hurtful. It really is hurtful," Jay-Z said with feigned seriousness. "Everyone feels anger, but after the anger, it's really hurtful."

The rapper, a longtime pal of former President Obama, said Trump's comments were especially disappointing coming from the nation's leader. 

As a dad, Jay-Z is simply appalled.

"Because it's looking down at a whole population of people and it's so misinformed because these places have beautiful people and beautiful everything. This is the leader of the free world speaking like this," he added somberly.

The rapper surmised that Trump's vulgarities toward African nations came from some of the same misconceptions that Jay-Z has about women, often referring to them as "Hoes" in his 'artistry.'

The song, "More Money, More Cash, More Hoes" is just one example of this. It's also a song with very violent lyrics. But check out the lyrics of most of his 'artistry' for yourself to get a sense of how hurtful he must feel over the word 'sh**hole.'

Jay-Z also refers to black people by the "N" word, a word only black can use, in spite of its repulsive past. And the rapper throws around "F bombs" like it's cool.

But referring to a country as a 'sh**hole' is "hurtful, very hurtful."

And he apparently doesn't like law enforcement very much.

But a guy who writes a song titled: "F**k All Night" shouldn't be talking about feeling hurt by what President Trump said. Not even "as a dad."

For the lyrics of some of his sensitive, pro-feminist and artistic "work," check him out.