Jay Z sent heartfelt words to Kanye West During His Recent Chicago Show
The revival of Kanye West on his “dead line beef” was stunning although Jay Z’s wasn’t in since 2016, Shawn he made history after apologizing to Kanye West during his ‘AOS’ at 4:44 tour stop in Chicago.
It was a big day for Kanye West for such respect given to him by JAY-Z during his 4:44 stop in Chicago where Jay-z gave heartfelt message, very much both rappers had mutual respect to each other before clumsy beef in 2016 took place.
Interestingly, the song was cut right after the lines “I feel the pressure under more scrutiny / And what’d I do?” The audience finished it off by rapping “act more stupidly.” Perhaps some subtle shade?
The Watch the Throne rappers have been in a highly publicized feud since 2016, when Kanye brought up Jay and his family during several The Life of Pablo concerts.
Jay-Z said during his 4:44 tour stop in Chicago “Shout out Kanye West. Peace and love,” Jay told the crowd after playing Ye’s “Can’t Tell Me Nothing.”
“That was for you, Chi-town,” Jay said. He also shouted out a few other people, including Chicago’s Chance the Rapper.
“Let me tell y’all something. There will never be a Watch the Throne 2. You know why? Because that’s the reason why I wasn’t on [Drake’s] song [“Pop Style”]. I wasn’t on the song because of Hov. Because of some Tidal/Apple bullshit,” he said in Seattle. “[…] It went out of that territory and it went into some Tidal shit, some political shit, some shit about percentages on songs. I can’t take this shit, bro! Our kids ain’t never even played together. Run that shit.”
“You can’t bring my kids, my wife into it,” Jay told Rap Radar . “Kanye’s my little brother…But you brought my family into it, that’s a problem.”
The beef has been hard for many fans, but it seems the rappers are getting closer and closer to patching things up. In an interview with the New York Times, Jay revealed he had recently spoke to Kanye , and insisted the two had mutual respect for one another.
“I [talked to] Kanye the other day, just to tell him he’s my brother,” Jay said. “I love Kanye. I do. It’s a complicated relationship with us… Kanye came into this business on my label. So I’ve always been like his big brother. And we’re both entertainers. There’s always been a little underlying competition with your big brother. And we both love and respect each other’s art, too. So it’s like, we both — everyone wants to be the greatest in the world. And then there’s like a lot of other factors that play in it. But it’s gonna, we gonna always be good.”