JAY-Z Reveals the Reason Behind his split With Kanye West
Hov is also referred to West as his "little brother."
JAY-Z was a recent guest on the Rap Radar Podcast, where hosts Brian "B. Dot" Miller and Elliot Wilson asked the Hip-Hop titan about her relationship with Kayne West.
The world was aware of some intimate details about Hov feelings towards her ex watch The Throne collaborator thanks to a handful of subtle disses at 4:44, but it was not clear exactly why things went sour for the friends-turned-adversaries —until now.
During Part 1 of the one-hour interview, JAY admitted that he used to argue on a routine basis, but always respect one another. He said that when the West is mentioned wife Beyoncé-and 5-year-old daughter Blue Ivy during their infamous 2016 rant, he "crossed the line".
"Think about how I got to that point," Hov explained. "It's not even about Kanye. It really is not. Your name is there, but it's just the truth of what happened, but I'm just sayin' the point is that it hurts because this man was talking about you in a scenario, but what really hurts me is that I can bring my children and my wife in him.
"Kanye is my little brother," he continued. "He spoke about me a hundred times. He made a song called 'Big Brother.' We have reached beyond the larger issues, but you brought my family into it. Now that is a problem with me. This is a real, real problem. He knows that this is a problem because he and I have talked about it. We would have solved our problems, but he knows he's crossed the line. I know. he knows. He knows ... I know he knows, because we never leave this space going between one of our disagreements and have had many. That is part of who we are. That is what I liked about him. He is an honest person. He is open and he'll just say things, and he is wrong a lot of times, but we are going to face".
West and JAY's rocky relationship was the subject of a recent British documentary, Public Enemies.
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