Jay-Z Wants You to Have a Conversation About Your White Privilege
Seriously Hova, maybe leave the social justice politics to Bey (see JUSTICE: Police Are Boycotting Beyoncé and OF COURSE: Beyoncé Loses Grammy Awards. Whiny Liberals Cry ‘RACISM!’). I don't know what's more mind-boggling here. Remembering the time when David Letterman was funny. Or remembering when Jay-Z was entertaining.
Here are the two on Trump, racism, and "white privilege."
You can’t really address something that’s not revealed. He’s bringing out an ugly side of America that we wanted to believe was gone, and it’s still here. We still gotta deal with it.
Wait though, it gets better.
We have to talk about the N-word and we have to talk about why white men are so privileged in this country.
The man who is probably one of the biggest disseminators of N-words and has more money than God thinks we're in need of a conversation about the n-word, and privilege.
Jay-Z is a guy who spent his formative years slinging crack rocks. Then, he chose to utilize his talents and develop some business savvy. Now, he and his wife have a combined net worth in the billions. The wristwatch he wears sitting in his "V12 engine" in the 15-car garage of his $135 million dollar mansion probably costs more than you make in a year. But remember, America is a racist hellhole and your trailer park dwelling, hand-me-down covered lily-white posterior is the "privileged" one.
This is that disconnect between celebrities and reality we're always talking about. Celebs think the red carpets, VIP awards show parties, and six-figure exfoliating creams made of ground-up diamonds confer wisdom upon them. In reality, every time they open their pieholes, they prove they're ignorant assmunches who have no idea how the real world works.
Case in point: