Al Sharpton Says He Likes Jay-Z’s Music “Until He Takes a Shot at Me”

Beyonce, Jay Z, Sybrina Fulton and Al Sharpton attend ‘Justice For Trayvon’ in New York City. Johnny Nunez/WireImage

Rev. Al Sharpton speaks with Scoop B Radio. Press Play Below To Listen!

Last summer, Jay-Z dropped his groundbreaking 4:44 album. He mentioned many by name even civil rights leader and MSNBC personality, Rev. Al Sharpton.

On the single, “Family Feud,” Jay-Z mentioned Rev. Sharpton and embattled comedian, Bill Cosby stating:  

Al Sharpton in the mirror takin’ selfies

How is him or Pill Cosby s’posed to help me?

Old niggas never accepted me

The selfie reference was pointed at Rev. Al’s daily workout routine which he documents on his Instagram account.

Rev. Al Sharpton taking selfies was a subject in Jay-Z’s 4:44 song Family Feud. Photo is a screenshot of Rev. Al Sharpton’s instagram

Appearing on a quick Q&A with Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson on the Scoop B Radio Podcast, Sharpton says he’s a fan of Chance the Rapper.

But what about that Jay-Z guy?

“I like some of what Jay-Z says,” Rev. Al Sharpton told Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson.


“Until he takes a shot at me. But he’s been good to me too.”

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