If you’re like us, you’re probably saying WTF is going on with Jay-Z? Well, read on…
According to a source, the disreputable web site Neon Nettle published an unfounded report claiming that musician Jay-Z had espoused Satanic beliefs during a “backstage tirade” on November 14, 2017.
Now, is this true?
The alleged incident apparently took place at the Smoothie King Center in New Orleans. The site claims that Jay-Z blasted traditional Christian values in an epic rant, claiming to be part of an exclusive club of “Smart people” who worships “our true lord; Satan.”
It is also said that the Blueprint rapper also claimed that “God created Lucifer to be the bearer of truth and light, and that “Jesus never existed” but was merely a “tool created by smart people to control dumb people.”
This is some twisted shhh, if you ask us. The source site also stated that Jay Z pointed around the room saying, “Ya’ll are being played.”
There are a few discrepancies in the article, which would classify this as FAKE NEWS! Neon Nettle pointed out that Jay-Z made this supposed tirade backstage at the “Smoothie King Center in New Orleans on Friday.” The problem with that is this, Hov’s concert at the Smoothie King Center took place on 9 November 2017, a Thursday. Not only that, the site also claimed that “The 99 Problems rapper also promoted his Satanic beliefs onstage,” and including the following footage as evidence.
The other problem with their claim is that the video they provided is from 2013, when the “No Church in the Wild” rapper was performing his song “Lucifer.” – Snopes
It’s been reported that Neon Nettle is known for making up false stories to get an audience. So, there you have it. This was all FICTION!
What do you believe?