Jay-Z fans react to controversial Kardashian lyric on new DMX song
1 June 2021, 12:42
Fans have mixed reactions as Jay-Z shades Kardashians in his feature on DMX posthumous album Exodus.
On the song, the rapper can be heard spitting, 'Come be my Kardashian, queen of the come up,' referring to the Kardashian sisters - Kourtney, Kim and Khloe - and their rise to fame.
Fans have taken to Twitter to share their mixed opinions on the bar, with many wondering whether the lyric was a diss or not. One fan wrote, "Did Jay Z say Come be my kardashian on bath salts track."
Another commented, 'nothing at all wrong with that line, look at Kim's history - Jay-Z spoke nothing but facts,' while another accused the rapper of "sending shots".
Did Jay Z say Come be my kardashian on bath salts track pic.twitter.com/CELcTls8b0— Nanasia (@MelaninMotiv8er) May 29, 2021
“I’m the king of Zamunda, king of the summer, come be my kardashian queen of the come up “ Jay Z sending shots 😂— Buddy Luv💔 (@Nellyxbenzz) May 28, 2021
Jay Z what was that kardashian bar— JT (@theonly1jt) May 28, 2021
Wait. Did Jay Z just say “Be my Kardashian, be my come up?” in this new DMX record? 😳— Olivia Nope (@sanguineprs) May 28, 2021
At the time of writing, the Kardashian family are yet to respond to the lyric.
Kim filed for divorce from Kanye on February 19, 2021, after almost six years of marriage. Both parties cited "irreconcilable differences" as the reason for their split and agreed to joint custody of their children with no need for spousal support.
The former couple share four children; daughters North and Chicago, and sons Saint and Psalm.