Jay-Z Dubbed An Opportunist NOT An Advocate For Black People!
According to reports, Jay-Z is truly having “99 Problems” since Coney Island native and Brooklyn’s own Stephon Marbury BLASTED Marcy Project’s most famous resident Jigga. Continue on…
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CelebNMusic247.com reports that former NBA player and coach, Stephon Marbury, the head coach of the Beijing Royal Fighters claims that Jay-Z is not an advocate for Black people and is nothing more than an opportunist.
During an interview with Heavy.com, the former Brooklyn Nets broke down all the ways that Shawn Carter has fans duped.
Marbury is calling Jay-Z a fraud when it comes to advocating for the black community.
I look at Jay-Z and I say, ‘Wow, here you are trying to be something that you’re not. You’re not an advocate for Black people, you sold drugs to Black people and you rapped about it and talked about it.’ How do you do that? Like, I’m trying to figure that part out; like, you can’t make that right.
He goes on to say this about the Roc Nation founder:
You sold drugs to people where you [are] from Jay-Z in Brooklyn in Marcy. You got them on crack — whatever it is cocaine whatever it is that you were selling to them. Whatever you say you [were] ‘cooking up,’ that’s what you did. So now, you got your people high, you sold drugs to women that were pregnant. Now you created crack babies — these same babies that are going out killing grandparents … I’m confused. But that’s what it is. That’s what happened.
Why is Stephon Marbury so venomous?
Heavy pointed out, on the “Bad Boys II” movie soundtrack, there is a song “La-La-La (Excuse Me Miss Again),” where Jay-Z raps “Don’t confuse me with Marbury out this b##ch/ Run up on me at the light, you could lose your life.”
That little swipe referenced a 2000 robbery when Marbury’s 24-inch $150,000 diamond was taken from him in by two assailants in Manhattan.
The brotherly love is out the window.