Jay-Z wants the media to back off his friend Kanye West after his outburst at the MTV Video Music Awards. Read what Jay-Z has to say below.
Jay-Z has come forward to defend his friend Kanye and says all the backlash isn’t justified because “he didn’t kill anybody”.
Kanye West has been slammed by fellow celebrities and fans (and even the President) after taking the stage during Taylor Swift’s Best Female Video acceptance speech last Sunday to say he thought the prize belonged to Jay-Z’s wife Beyonce.
Kanye has apologized both personally and publicly to Taylor Swift, but Jay-Z feels the media has been to hard on West.
While Jay-Z found it “rude” of West and “inappropriate at the time” to rush the stage, but he understands why he was moved to do what he did.
Jay-Z says, “Of course it was rude because it was her moment, but that’s the way he really felt. I think it was rude, but the way they’re treating him.
“He’s on the cover of every paper. He didn’t kill anybody. No one got harmed. (He’s) a super passionate person.”
Jay-Z is correct… Kanye didn’t kill anybody but he ruined what should have been a wonderful moment in Taylor Swift’s career.
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