The hip-hop icon takes aim at Kanye West on "What's Free", a collaboration with Rick Ross and Meek Mill off the latter's new album Championships. "The line clearly meant don't pit me against my brothers no matter what our differences are (red hat) now go pick up Meek album", wrote the legend on Twitter.
When the song dropped, many fans took the "red hat" line as a direct shot at West, who recently had a meeting with Trump and has frequently been seen wearing the "Make America Great Again" cap. They separate you when you got Michael and Prince's DNA.
Not one to tweet, (it has been a year) Jay made sure we didn't get it messed up! "Drake and Meek on there together".
Although Jay-Z supported Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election and has been critical of Trump, he says his new lyric about the hat is meant as a show of unity with West.
Jay-Z continues by trashing President Trump, but stops short of comparing Melania Trump to his wife Beyonce.
It's been a long road to redemption for Meek Mill but after months of dropping random features and a trey bag worth of work, Meek Mill's first official post-prison album, Championships has finally dropped.
The last time Jay-Z tweeted was in June of a year ago. Jay-Z and West's relationship has been stormy and full of ups and downs for a while. That of course teases the release of the long-awaited Watch the Throne sequel.
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