The Only Reason Why Jay-Z Trashes Kanye West on '4:44'

 Kanye West on '4:44'
Despite what many people suggested, Jay-Z didn't slam Kanye West on his new song called "Kill Jay Z" because of their Tidal dispute. It was apparently triggered by Kanye's concert rant last year, TMZ reported. Jigga was said to be "enraged" by Kanye's remarks at that time, and decided to clap back at the husband of Kim Kardashian on his new album.

During his concert in Sacramento last year, Kanye called out Jay-Z as he was upset that his fellow rapper hadn't reached out to him weeks after Kim's robbery incident in Paris. "Jay-Z, call me, bruh!" Kanye said.

"You still ain't call me! Jay-Z, call me! I know you got killers. Please don't send them at my head! Just call me! Talk to me like a man!" While the feud was getting messier, the two music moguls would be very unlikely to be close again like they used to be. "Kanye and Jay are like an old married couple they fight so much," a source told HollywoodLife.com.

"They are two super strong polarizing personalities who don't take s**t from anyone, so when you put them together it can be explosive. They have made great music together, and they have had brutal fall outs." "Kanye knows he hurt Jay last year but he also feels like he has a right to be upset since Jay didn't really show much compassion after Kim was robbed. He expected Jay to clap back so he's not shocked or furious," the source continued. However, Kanye didn't want to be the only one at fault.

"They're definitely NOT all good by any means and have a ways to go before they get there," shared the source. "In fact they may never really be that close again. But Kanye would like Jay to take accountability for his part in their issues. It hasn't all been Kanye's fault as Jay played a part in their problems as well."Leave a comment about this
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