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Blu Ivy Carter and Father, Jay-Z

Blu Ivy Carter and Father, Jay-Z

Rapper Jay-Z has been in a lot of controversy lately. His partner Dame Dash said he’s being ‘sleazy,’ essentially doing anything for money.   Colin Kaepernick’s crew has denounced the Roc Nation’s bosses move to partner with the NFL. Now, there’s another red flag being tossed. The Brooklyn-NY rapper has people in arms.  Jay-Z said police killing could stop if more kids had a father, which creates a shift of blame for law enforcement actions.

Jigga losing his cool???

A very pungent odor is starting to develop around Jay-Z. His vibe is not the same as before, by many’s opinions. The same rapper that once told the world, cops will need a warrant to open his car trunk, is saying kids now need to give in to authority.

In an interview in January, Jay-Z sat with a panel of people including Robert Kraft and Meek Mill.  The group came together to discuss the ‘criminal reform issues’ that was inspired by Mill’s alleged misjudgement and harsh probation terms.  In this panel session, Jigga was the only one to talk about Police killing people and the potential reasons behind it.

“Having an adverse feeling for authority.  Like your father’s gone so you like, “I hate my dad.” Wont nobody tell me what to do. I’m the man of the house.  [And] When you hit the street and you run into a police officer and his first thing is “Put your hands up. Freeze Shut up. “

Jay-Z Blames Absentee Fathers of Kids

Before continuing his statement, the Brooklyn rapper asks the crowd to forgive his language. Then he explains , how the child’s lack of being too accustomed to authority, makes the relationship between themselves and police go sour.

“Excuse my language to everybody but you like, ‘F–k You.’  That interaction causes people to lose lives.”

This one clip is excerpted from the interview and being shared around the web.  Jay-Z is perceived to be saying that Police killing youth, Black kids in particular, is from lack of father figure.   Many are outraged by the comment because of statistics.

Police kill Black & Afro-Hispanic youth at much higher rates than whites. Methods used by police to arrest white mass murderers has been less physical than those used non-violent minority youth.   Also, Police precincts across the United States have been caught in various scandals

Watch the highly debated clip below on CKHiD.   Do you think Jay-Z is correct with the statistics suggesting cops pick strategically who to shoot?   Also read about Jay-Z’s other situation, signing a deal with the NFL. After telling Hip-Hop culture to fall back from the league over Colin Kaepernick’s being blackballed from the league, he opted into business.  The rapper said he thought ‘We’re over kneeling’ but Kap’s team disagrees.

See the video of Jay-Z blaming single parents:

Watch videos below of people discussing the matter beneath, here on CKHiD.