In a new politically-themed rap number called “What It Feels Like,” race-mongering rap mogul Jay-Z slammed the Antifa-agitated mob that stormed the Capitol on January 6 as “crackers,” a racist label for poor, rural white Southerners.
Jay-Z released the recording (I won’t call it a song because it doesn’t rise to the level of music) as part of the soundtrack to the new Warner Bros. movie Judas and the Black Messiah, which opened Friday in cinemas and is streaming on HBO Max. The movie is about an undercover FBI informant who infiltrates the Black Panthers in the late ’60s.
The lyrics of “What it Feels Like” explicitly mentions the January 6 Capitol unrest:
You let them crackers storm your Capitol, put they feet up on your desk
And yet you talkin’ tough to me, I lost all my little respect
Jay-Z won’t be targeted by Cancel Culture for his racist terminology because it’s OK, according to the left’s ever-shifting rules, for leftists to use racially-charged language against whites.
Jay-Z and his ghetto-fabulous singer wife Beyonce together are worth over a billion dollars. You will recall that they raised bail money for rioters in Wisconsin last year. Jay-Z’s streaming music service Tidal donated $1.5 million to Black Lives Matter and other social justice organizations. He also refused to stand for the National Anthem during last year’s Super Bowl game in Miami. And yet we’re supposed to care that he lost his “respect” for Trump.