The minister Louis Farrakhan Co-Signs JAY-Z's "4:44" Album & Cube of Ice from the BIG3 Basketball League
The controversial figure says Hov "is fast becoming the leader in the economic development" of black people.
JAY-Z acclaimed 4:44 album was praised for its themes relating to the black economic responsibility. According to a recent video of Louis Farrakhan, Hov is becoming something bigger.
"I said: 'Boy, this man to me is becoming a leader in the economic development of our [black] people"," Farrakhan said, after reciting a line from the 4:44 track Feud "Family Feud."
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A post shared by the Minister Louis Farrakhan (@louisfarrakhan) on Jul 18, 2017 at 1:25 pm PDT
Farrakhah explains your grandchildren you played the No I. D.-produced exclusively album.
"When I heard it I was sad, so I said, 'I have to get to my brother', because he was talking about people who want to kill him or to people who want harm," Farrakhan said in reference to "to Kill Jay-Z." "I saw the death too, but I had never seen the death of this great brother of someone damaging it. So I called him and said: "Brother, I see death.' I see the death of JAY-Z's age and I can see the birth of a new JAY-z".
The Nation of Islam leader's perspective, the messages 4:44 could mean a change in the right direction.
"To do great things, we must learn the value of pooling our intelligence, our knowledge, our money, to do what leads us to be honoured and respected by civilized people all over the world," he said. "Then, I saw JAY-Z on the album as a new beginning for him, and, possibly, a new beginning for us."
Farrakhan also gave props to Ice Cube the BIG3 Basketball League, which was a topic of discussion of this following week, Allen Iverson, of the absence.
With my brother @dmx and my sister @tarajiphenson @thebig3 at the UIC Pavilion in Chicago. [📸: @divinebars] #Farrakhan #thebig3
A post shared by the Minister Louis Farrakhan (@louisfarrakhan) on July 23, 2017, at 3:57pm PDT
I had the honor of hugging and talking with my brother Allen Ivers