Jay-z Attacks Himself In Hurricane Katrina Rap
JAY-Z is starting a series of subtle rap feuds on his comeback album KINGDOM COME - and he's hurling the biggest at himself. The rap mogul is leaving fans to read between the lines and name names in his clever rhymes, but he's not hiding his disappointment in himself in the track MINORITY REPORT. The lyrics feature Jay-Z's self-criticism of what he did and didn't do after the Hurricane Katrina disaster of 2005. He raps, "Sure, I ponied up a mil, but I didn't give my time/So, in reality, I didn't give a dime or a damn/I just put my monies in the hands of the same people that just left my people stranded."