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JAY-Z Confident ‘Cancel Culture’ Is Here To Stay While Explaining Social Media Issues

Jay-Z makes an announcement of the launch of Dream Chasers record label in joint venture with Roc Nation, at the Roc Nation headquarters on Tuesday, July 23, 2019, in New York. (Photo by Greg Allen/Invision/AP)

JAY-Z Confident ‘Cancel Culture’ Is Here To Stay While Explaining Social Media Issues JAY-Z sat down for a video interview with The New York Times last weekend (April 25th) and along with talking about his new “Only See Great” campaign, parenting with Beyoncé, and “cancel culture.”  JAY-Z explained why he doesn’t participate in social media and how “cancel culture” won’t be going anywhere.  “You can’t give someone a microphone for 24 hours a day and [have them] not think they have to use it!” said Jay. “These kids, it’s unbelievable. Imagine having a microphone and you’re asked about social justice questions at 18 years old? It’s like, ‘What? I’m meant to know the answer, and if I don’t answer the correct way, if I don’t say everything right, even if my intentions are right, and I don’t say the same right thing, it’s going to be everywhere.’” Hot 97 DJ, Funkmaster Flex, who is known for his outlandish comments, says there’s a bigger reason why JAY-Z doesn’t participate on social media claiming, “he’s the most sensitive muthafucka on the planet and he can’t take n-ggas in his comments telling him the truth.” Flex also says JAY-Z watches social media through a “fake page.” Do you agree with JAY-Z’s comments on “cancel culture?”

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