I think #ShawnCarter is my father.(I don't think I'm Beyonce)
And I promise to never ever say this aloud.
Unless he in the room...I actually tried once but the music was too loud ....tried twice but the club was too packed ....so I will never try it again...
No need for anybody to talk shit or feel any kinda way .
The interview is from 2002.
Nas’ Stillmatic dropped at the tail end of 2001, and he delivered the most talked about record for the next several years. “Ether” is regarded by many as the best hip-hop diss song of all time. Rappers began to use the term “ethered” to describe how they would annihilate enemies, further solidifying the legendary status of the track. Months after the album dropped, Nas did an interview with Wendy Williams that has only just resurfaced. Wasit deep in the beef with Jigga, Nas lashes out at his nemesis by calling him out for associating with R. Kelly.
Lifetime’s Surviving R. Kelly six-part docu-series reexamined the history of R. Kelly’s alleged sexual misconduct, but they failed to grab this key sound clip from the Nas interview. “I don’t put out no movies, that’s not my style,” Nas stated on Williams’ old radio show on New York’s WBLS. It appears that Nas was referencing Jay-Z’s move of making visuals to take shots at Mobb Deep and others at Summer Jam in 2001. “I could have shown the R. Kelly video that everybody’s talking about, made fun of it and shown Jay hanging out. When Jay and them was in there doing Best Of Both Worlds, you can’t tell me Jay didn’t see a 14-year-old girl come in the studio and sit on R. Kelly’s lap. You gonna sit here and tell me, that working on that album, he ain’t never see no 14-year-old girl come in the vicinity?” “You’ve seen it go down,” Nas continued. “I’ve been around R. Kelly … I’ve been on tour with him, it didn’t last too long. But I been around him. I didn’t see no 14-year-old, but I talked to the man and I seen there’s a little problem there. The brother needs help and I pray for him. But if I sit here and did an album about women with him, I’m definitely maybe indulging in… he had to be indulging in some 14-year-olds. ”
Peep the interview clip in the FULL story at www.itsKenBarbie.com (or SWIPE) What do you guys think? #jayz#hov#shawncarter#beyonceandjayz#nas#nasir#nasirjones#wendywilliams#wendy#wendyshow#howyoudoin#wendywilliamsshow#rkelly#robertkelly#survivingrkelly#muterkelly#metoo#entertainment#entertainmentnews
Happy Birthday Aaliyah!
"Have you ever loved somebody who used to get the party poppin'? We used to party hop, we used to be in the Hamptons, party a lot. We was The Breakfast Club, you was part of the Roc."
Jay-Z, Hype Williams, Natane Adcock, Dame, Puff and Aaliyah at Puff’s annual 4th of July weekend BBQ and party at his property in East Hampton on July 2-4, 2000.
(Note: Since 1997 the Roc-A-Fella family had been renting mansions which often came with a $30,000-a-week rent tag with the help of the Realtor Bettie Wysor of Dunemere Associates (a Lyor Cohen recommendation) and then hosting a Summer-long bash for their family and friends. The Roc team would arrive at the rented property in a chain of helicopters ("I never drive, I take a helicopter. Everybody says it's murder driving, and you ain't got to tell me twice"), and spend the season showing off their gains in wealth ("I'm cancer to the Hamptons, 20 million a wop, ransacking mansions, increase the noise pollution as soon as I land in"). Puff would also host many events at his East Hampton home, so a slew of must-attend parties were spread between the two properties over the Summer. The festivities would culminate in this Independence Day soirée at the Roc mansion, complete with a mouth watering menu that included the specially crafted Roc-A-Tinis (martinis à la Roc-A-Fella).
"The Hamptons is cool," Jay told New York magazine in 1999. "It's very serene, a change of pace, a kind of getaway." However, the rap mogul did have other things on his mind besides celebrating his successes. "Meeting new people out here is very important, that's how you network," he said. "Maybe I can help you in my field; maybe you can help me in your field. And relationships is way more important than money, because if you got relationships, you can always get money. You can progress.") ( Read more in the comments)