JAY-Z questions logic behind NFL ‘sell-out’ criticism in new song

Derrick Santistevan

JAY-Z has actually buffooned claims recommending he offered himself out to enter into business with managers at America’s National Football League (NFL), insisting he does not need the money.

The Empire Frame of mind hitmaker stunned fans last summer season (19) when he participated in a collaboration with NFL authorities through his Roc Country company, and was selected the organisation’s live music home entertainment strategist, managing big gigs consisting of Jennifer Lopez and Shakira’s Super Bowl Halftime Show in early February (20).

The hip-hop magnate dealt with a reaction over the relocation, having actually formerly criticised NFL executives’ treatment of quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who has actually run out a task because completion of the 2016/2017 season after kneeling throughout each game’s U.S. National Anthem to oppose authorities cruelty and racial inequality.

JAY-Z formerly safeguarded the business offer, insisting his supreme goal is to utilize his new position inside the organisation to additional numerous social justice efforts, strengthening efforts with the $100 million (₤80 million) vowed by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell over the next years.

Now the rapper is reacting to critics when more in song, as a highlighted artist on Jay Electronica’s long-awaited debut album, A Composed Statement.

On the track Flux Capacitor, JAY-Z questions the logic behind the “sell-out” allegations, and compares himself to Cleveland Browns star gamer Odell Beckham Jr., who is understood for his one-handed catches.

“Why would I sell out? I’m already rich, don’t make no sense/Got more money than Goodell, a whole NFL bench,” he raps. “Did it one-handed like Odell, handcuffed to a jail/I would’ve stayed on the sideline if they could’ve tackled that s**t themselves.”

A Composed Statement dropped on Friday (13 Mar20).

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