Kylie And Kendall Jenner Just Got Dissed By Jay-Z On His New Track, And People Are Losing It

Diply 17 Jul 2018

If you wanna talk about rocky celebrity friendships, there's hardly a better example than the Kardashian-Wests and the Carter-Knowles, otherwise known as Kimye and Jayoncé.

But here's the thing about drama: It's like a vortex. It sucks in anyone and everything within a 2-meter radius. And unfortunately for Kylie and Kendall Jenner, they may have been dragged into this spiraling feud.

On the track "Friends" from Jay-Z and Beyoncé's joint album, Everything is Love, it sounds like Jay-Z is shading the Jenner sisters.

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During the song, one of Jay-Z's bars goes, "Y'all put n****s on a t-shirt, it hurt you ain't never meet 'em."

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As you may recall, the Jenner sisters did in fact put two black men on t-shirts who they had never met: Biggie and Tupac.

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The real kicker, though, was that the sisters superimposed their own faces and initials over the now-deceased rappers' photos, and then tried to sell the shirts for $125.

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It was the most nonsensical collab since Jay-Z and Linkin Park's Collision Course. But also, like, 40 billion times worse.

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Anyway, Kylie and Kendall wound up paying for this misstep — quite literally — in lawsuits.

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And while Jay-Z doesn't explicitly mention Kylie or Kendall, fans seem to believe that this was a shot at the Jenner sisters.

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Of course, the assumption of shade or drama is a lot of people's default position.

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Not to spoil all the shady fun, but the lyrics could possibly refer to Meek Mill's imprisonment, instead.

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The full verse surrounding the supposed Jenner-diss is as follows:

"When I say free the dogs, I free 'em / That's how Meek got his freedom / Y'all put n****s on a t-shirt, it hurts you ain't never meet 'em / You got n****s in the feds, you ain't even tryna feed 'em / I'm tryna free the world, that's how deep I'm in."

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After rapper Meek Mill received a controversial sentencing for violating probation, Jay-Z was one of the many industry people who campaigned for his release.

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Around that time, fans also started wearing "Free Meek Mill" t-shirts, so Jay-Z might be referring to supporters who didn't know Meek.

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Speaking of rappers, Meek isn't the only one Jay-Z references on the track "Friends."

YouTube | Kanye West

Actually, it appears as though Hova took a bar to discuss Kanye West as well.

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Specifically, the reason why he and Beyoncé didn't attend Kim and Kanye's wedding back in 2014.

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This was a pretty huge deal, in fact, earlier this year Kanye expressed his disappointment surrounding the matter.

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"I was hurt about them not coming to the wedding," said Kanye during one interview.


"I understand he was going through some things, but if it's family, you're not going to miss a wedding," Kanye explained.

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Those "things" Kanye may have been referring to were relationship troubles between Jay-Z and Beyoncé.

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In recent years, both Jay-Z and Beyoncé have been fairly open about infidelity within their marriage.

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Which brings us to Jay-Z's line about missing Kimye's wedding:


"I ain't going to nobody for nothin’ when me and my wife beefin'/ I don't care if the house on fire, I'm dyin', n****, I ain't leavin'," raps Jay-Z.This might refer to Jay-Z missing out on things because he andBeyoncé were fighting.It's hard to say for sure, we're just presenting the information that we have.

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As for the Kylie and Kendall diss, that one might have simply been taken out of context. 

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In this case, however, there is one thing we know for sure: It doesn't look like the Jenner sisters will ever live down that t-shirt disaster.

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