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Jay Z Disses The Kardashians On ‘Bath Salts’ Off DMX’s Album



Jay Z Fires Subtle Shot At The Kardashians On His Verse On DMX's 'Bath Salts'

Jay Z Fires Subtle Shot At The Kardashians On His Verse On DMX’s ‘Bath Salts’

DMX’s posthumous album ‘Exodus’ dropped on Friday.  The album is a star-studded affair equipped with some of the biggest names in rap music right now. The album was recorded prior to his passing, along with a few of the posse cuts like “Bath Salts.”

‘Bath Salts’ is the most talked about track on the album with verses from Nas and Jay-Z, but Jay-Z did ruffle a few feathers along the way.

HOV made references to his deal with Coca-Cola over a decade ago, and name-dropping the Kardashians. “Every girl I see wanna be wifey like that/ I’m the King of Zamunda, uh, King of the Summer/ Come be my Kardashian, Queen of the come-up,” raps Jay.

The mention of the Kardashians turned heads immediately, especially given the rumored tension between Beyonce and Kim. On top of that, Kanye’s divorce from Kim Kardashian made a few wonders how long Hov has been saving that bar for.

Most don’t really get the context of the verse, thinking he’s inviting the Kardashians to be his Queen. However some Hip Hop fans got the message.

“Pretty sure he saying them h*es aint worth shit. They ridng a ninja wave to gain success,” someone commented.

See some reactions below:

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