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World famous hip-hop musician and producer Jay-Z is the latest victim to fall foul of the dreaded "Curse of Trump" after his eight nominations failed to gain a single prize at this year's Grammy awards following a public row with President Trump.

Not only this but a video also went viral showing Jay-Z humiliatingly being ordered around by his 6-year-old daughter.

The bad luck for the ugly, camel-faced mulatto celebrity came after he called President Trump a "superbug" on CNN’s The Van Jones Show on Saturday night (27th). 

Butthurt by Trump accurately describing Haiti and several African countries as "shit holes," Jay-Z, who is mainly famous for being married to brassy, big-thighed singer Beyonce, compared Trump to Donald Sterling, the Jewish owner of the LA Clippers, who, in 2014, told his young girlfriend not to shag Black athletes. 

Jay-Z said that the the media outrage at the time had only had a superficial impact on underlying "racism" and may even have made it stronger:
"You haven’t fixed anything," he said. "You have sprayed perfume on the trash can. What you do when you do that is the bugs come. You spray something and you create a superbug because you don’t take care of the problem. You don’t take the trash out, you keep spraying whatever over it to make it acceptable. As those things grow, you create a superbug. And then now we have Donald Trump, the superbug."
Following the show's broadcast, Trump hit back by reminding Jay-Z how good he had been for Black voters:

Despite being a clumsy attempt to insult President Trump, the "superbug" comment was also an unfortunate analogy, because the countries Trump allegedly described as "shit holes" are much more likely to suffer from bugs and superbugs than anywhere else.

Although Jay-Z is a no-talent fake musician who mainly steals tracks and beats from much more talented musicians, he is highly thought of in the parasitical music business. This -- combined with the heavy moral signalling against Trump -- should have ensured Jay-Z at least 3 or 4 awards from his 8 nominations, as the music industry is also extremely culturally Marxist.

In the event he ended up with ZERO, reminding us once again that getting on President Trump's bad side may unlock powerful, dark, occult forces that can blight a celebrity's life and career. Perhaps in future Jay-Z will tread more carefully when his path crosses that of the God Emperor, and stay in his "shit hole" industry, rather than commenting on things that don't concern him. 

Anyway, I hear Haiti is "wonderful" this time of year.

1 comment

Anonymous said...

bwaaaa indeed jz indeed you fool

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