Jay-Z Blasts President Trump as Racist “Superbug”

American rapper and ex-drug dealer Jay-Z attacked President Trump over his use of “hurtful words” during an interview on CNN – the most profane name in news.

Jay-Z, whose real name is Shawn Carter, said the president’s alleged comments about “s***hole countries” was “hurtful.”

“It is disappointing and it’s hurtful. It really is hurtful, more than so – everyone feels anger but after the anger it’s real hurtful,” the rapper told Van Jones.

The former drug dealer, who once shot his own brother and stabbed a music producer, also suggested Trump was a “superbug” racist.

Click here to read his ludicrous analogy. And the good folks at Newsbusters provided an excellent analysis of Jay-Z’s comments.

The president fired back on Twitter.


“Somebody please inform Jay Z that because of my policies, Black Unemployment has just been reported to be at the LOWEST RATE EVER RECORDED!,” Trump wrote.

Jay-Z went on to say president does not get a pass just because more blacks are getting jobs.

“It’s not about money at the end of the day,” and it “doesn’t equate to happiness,” he said.

It’s ironic that Jay-Z criticized the president for using profane language. He is known to pepper his lyrics with the s-word, f-word and a liberal dose of the n-word and the b-word. He also croons about thugs and gangstas along with an assortment of pimps and hoes.


Consider these lyrics from a little ditty titled, “Ignorant S***”:

“I got that ignorant s*** you need
N***a f*** s***, a** b****, trick plus weed, c’mon
I’m only tryin’ to give you what you want
N***a f*** s*** a** b**** you like it, don’t front”

Jay-Z’s songbook is filled with an impressive selection of family-friendly tunes:

Ain’t No N***a

B****es & Sisters


F*** All Night

F*** Up this World

Get Off My S***

N***a Please


P***y

Van Jones defended the vulgar rapper Sunday during an interview on CNN’s “Reliable Sources.”

“So if you wanted to listen to what Jay-Z says, follow Jay-Z’s model, Mr. President,” Jones said. “He’s a strong guy. He’s a rich guy, but he’s willing to be confessional. He’s willing to grow in public. If you do the same thing, America would be a lot better off.”

Only a CNN host would consider a potty-mouthed, musical reprobate who denigrates women to be a role model for the nation.