Jay Z thinks social media is for those who can't ''hold a conversation''.
The 'Empire State Of Mind' hitmaker believes sites such as Twitter encourage impersonal chats, dishonesty and hate amongst fans and followers, according to rapper Meek Mill.
In a post on Instagram, he wrote: ''This social media changing the game and the suckas are winning! Jayz once told me this social media world was created for people that wouldn't even speak if they wasn't present .... For people that was scared to approach a male/female and hold a conversation if they wanted to a number or ask to go on a date!
''He also said you can't speak truth on here because this is the fake people world and they gone hate you for that ... (sic)''
The 'I'm A Boss' hitmaker also shared his own thoughts on the micro blogging site, admitting it has the potential to be a platform where people can ''pretend'' to be something they're not.
He continued: ''People are in love with this lifestyle more than people! Nothing has value anymore because people can pretend so easy in this new world!
''And the only people that's gone make negative comments are the ones who feel like this post is directed to them! If the shoe fits wear it sucka! #realigion (sic)''
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