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Stephon Marbury – “Jay-Z is not an Advocate for Black People”

Stephon Marbury says Jay-Z is not an advocate for black people in new interview.

For as long as we have known them, Jay-Z and former NBA star, Stephon Marbury have not been in good terms. Jay even rapped about Marbury in his song “La-La-La-La (Excuse Me Miss Again)” about being robbed of $250k jewelry. That was believed to have started their beef.

However, in a recent interview with Brandon “Scoop B” Robinson, Marbury opened up about their origin of the feud. According to him, it started because of a girl. He revealed that Hov got angry because he was dancing with some girl in the club. Apparently, the girl told him about it.

The former NBA star also revealed that he does not believe that Hov is an advocate for black people. According to him, he is only trying to be something he’s not. He also spoke of the fact that Jay sold drugs to black people and rapped about it. He called it “telling on himself”, which he believes doesn’t make any sense.

Wow, here you are trying to be something that you’re not. You’re not an advocate for Black people, you sold drugs to Black people and you rapped about it and talked about it. How do you do that? Like, I’m trying to figure that part out. Like, you can’t make that right. This ain’t snitching, this ain’t telling on nobody,  you told on yourself already. You already told people what it is that you do and how you do it and how you feel about what you’re doing. So, how are you rapping about something that you did? I’m confused. I dunno. But people ask me, ‘Why you always talking about Jay-Z? Why you always saying something about LeBron?’ — they’re two of the same. They’re together. They’re friends.”

He went on to state that the “Empire State Of Mind” hit maker also sold crack to pregnant women, creating crack babies who ended up killing their grand parents.

You sold drugs to people where you’re from Jay-Z in Brooklyn in Marcy, you got them on crack — whatever it is cocaine whatever it is that you were selling to them. Whatever you say you was ‘cooking up’, that’s what you did. So now, you got your people high, you sold drugs to people that was pregnant, now you created crack babies — these same babies that are going out killing grandparents… I’m confused. But that’s what it is. That’s what happened.”

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