Another celebrity is calling out Jay Z for his past indiscretions. That makes 2 top tier celebrities ripping the aging rap mogul in less than 2 weeks.
Last week, Josh Homme, the Queens of the Stone Age singer/guitarist, called Jay Z a “kook,” and he said the jiggaman tried to get him to pose with a bottle of champagne that Jay Z is paid to promote.
This week, in an interview in the October issue of Jet magazine, Brown complained bitterly that Jay Z gets “a pass” for selling crack cocaine and stabbing a man while he — Chris Brown — gets no respect.
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Sean “Puffy” Combs has proven once again that he is a hot bag of wind who will say anything for attention.
Recently, Sean uploaded a video to his YouTube account complaining about the muthafuck*n gas prices as he waited to board a commercial airliner to L.A.
where he can keep a close eye on baby mama and ex-girlfriend, Kim Porter.
“As you know, I do own my own jet,” he lied. “Now, if I’m flying back and forth like twice in a month, that’s like $200,000 or $250,000 a round trip. (Expletive deleted) I’m back on American Airlines.”
But the Palm Peach Post did a little digging, and come to find out, the liar doesn’t even own a jet.
A thorough review of federal records shows that no plane in this country is registered to a Sean Combs or any of the trend-setter’s numerous companies, including clothier Sean John and his music company, Bad Boy Entertainment.
One private aviation source scoffed: “It’s my jet this, my jet that, he’s just pretending. I have list of every plane with the name of the owner, and he’s not on it.”
It turns out, Combs owns a “fraction” of a jet which is akin to claiming you own a condo in Palm Beach when in fact you own a timeshare and it’s only yours for a week out of the year.