Jay-Z recently gave what was possibly the most candid interview of his life to New York Times Magazine, where he opened up on everything from fatherhood to politics.
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After gushing over raising Blue Ivy, reporter Zadie Smith turned things to Occupy Wall Street, reporting that Jay got a little “agitated” when the subject of Zuccotti Park was brought up.
He told Smith:
“What’s the thing on the wall, what are you fighting for?” He says he told Russell Simmons, the rap mogul, the same: “I’m not going to a park and picnic, I have no idea what to do, I don’t know what the fight is about. What do we want, do you know?”
“I think all those things need to really declare themselves a bit more clearly. Because when you just say that ‘the 1 percent is that,’ that’s not true. Yeah, the 1 percent that’s robbing people, and deceiving people, these fixed mortgages and all these things, and then taking their home away from them, that’s criminal, that’s bad. Not being an entrepreneur. This is free enterprise. This is what America is built on.”
What do you think about Jay’s comments?
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