Jay Electronica Ditches Instagram & Twitter Following Eminem-Bashing Tweet
Jay Electronica has disabled his Twitter and Instagram accounts after criticism of Eminem's "Killshot" diss track. Slim Shady, who dropped the song on Friday (September 14), apparently infuriated by the New Orleans-bred rapper/producer with the line on which Sean "Diddy" Combs.
In one of the verses, Em alludes to the Hip-Hop mogul had something to do with Tupac Shakur's 1996 murder.
"Killshot, I'm not going to fail, I'm with the Doc still/But this idiot is the leader of the pops pills and says they have skills/But Kells, the day you put out a hit on the day Diddy supports/Who put the blow he received Pac dead, ah," the Shadow of rd.
Like hundreds of other people, Jay Electronica jumped on Twitter to throw in their two cents.
"@eminem, how dare you accuse diddy of the murder of tupac while you completely look to pass jimmy iovine and those who took advantage of his death, the MAJORITY," he wrote in a since deleted tweet. "You best tread carefully Son, before I come to rip your ivory tower, as Sulaiman fact the Knights Templar. #ripProof."
The shadow fans are not taking very kindly to the threat and, without doubt, came for the 41-year-old artist, who then disappeared from their social media platforms.
Jay Electronica couldn't even outrap Big to Be in Control.
— Avengers 4 I'm Hurr (@SomeDudeTy) September 14, 2018
Tell Jay Electronica to put a little bit of music or silence.
— Instagram 👉🏾 asktrillac (@AskTrillAC) September 14, 2018
The move follows Jay Electronica the re-release of their 2010 song "Shiny Suit Theory" with JAY-Z and The-Dream.
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