Jay Z is back at it again with the responses! First he spit a few bars on the remix to “All The Way Up” about Lemonade, and now he is finally responding to “The Blaze” news anchor Tomi Lahren.
On Tuesday night, rapper Pusha-T and the rap legend teamed up and dropped their new single “Drug Dealer’s Anonymous” which will be on Pusha-T’s upcoming album “King Push.” Before Hova goes in with his lyrics, we hear a rant from Lahren who was criticizing Beyonce saying, “Your husband was a drug dealer for fourteen years. He sold crack cocaine.” Jay then says in his verse:
“B*tch I been bracking since the 80’s, Google me baby you crazy, ‘89 in London pull the Benz up, Type it in, Google’s your friend bruh, 14 year drug dealer and still counting…”
Lahren, if you guys can remember was displeased about Beyonce’s SuperBowl 50 halftime show performance and the overall “Formation” video, and felt that Mrs. Carter should start “at home” if she wanted to see change in Black neighborhoods since her husband was a [rumored] “drug dealer.”
After the track was dropped with a sample of Lahren’s voice, of course she took to Twitter to give her feedback about the song. “He used a sound bite from me in his rap and you think I take that as a loss?” she wrote. “Nah. I’m good #drugdealersanonymous”