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Longtime Rivals LL Cool J & Jay Z Seen Together During Grammy Weekend (VIDEO)


(AllHipHop News) The saying goes “time heals all wounds.” That may be true for LL Cool J and Jay Z. The two iconic rap stars have not always seen eye-to-eye, but LL posted a video to his Instagram page which included Jay, his wife Beyoncé, and Soul/Funk legend Nile Rodgers.

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According to the location marker on the IG vid, the four performers were at the Staples Center, the venue for this year’s Grammy awards ceremony. The clip included a caption that read, “Such an amazing time last night. Congratulations to everyone who won, performed and helped make last night a success. #GRAMMYs @beyonce #jayz #nilesrodgers.” 

The history between the New Yorkers has been rocky. Back in the early 1990’s LL reportedly lost a series a secret rap battles to an unsigned Jay Z which led to some animosity. The “Mama Said Knock You Out” rhymer was also vocal about his displeasure for the way he was treated during Jay’s tenure as Def Jam president.

The LL/Hov cold war also included Jay taking a slight jab at his rival in a 2010 Rolling Stone article. The Roc Nation founder said at the time, “We’ve seen people like LL [Cool J] have longevity, and we respect the heritage of what he’s done, but it’s not like, right now, he’s competing on the same level as Lil Wayne.”

Then in 2013, LL downplayed Jay’s Magna Carta Holy Grail album receiving a platinum plaque because Samsung bought 1 million copies. The Queens native suggested, in his view, the RIAA certification was not as valuable as selling directly to consumers, because fans did not actually pay for the project through the Samsung deal.

LL told Revolt, “Numbers are numbers. In the numbers is truth, but in terms of touching the people it’s a little different. For me as an artist, I still want to be able to touch the people individually. It still matters to me.”

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Check out LL Cool J’s Instagram video below.

  • RichFromBX

    That’s what grown ups do…they put petty differences aside and act like adults.

    • STFUUIgnants

      Only in TMZ-like news is this breaking.

  • Q.

    LL and Jay-Z are rivals? #REACHING

    • Watever

      You clearly didn’t read the article…

      • Q.

        I certainly did. But LL and Jay-Z are rivals…? That’s news.

      • Watever

        If you read the article you see they’ve had issues with each other for about 25 years. That’s nothing new. I thought this was common knowledge for hip hop fans.

      • Q.

        You thought wrong.

      • Watever

        Clearly since you obviously didn’t know that. Or you’re not really a hip hop fan, because I think it’s fair to say most people who follow the culture knew Jay Z and LL Cool J didn’t get along. I mean they’ve only been throwing shots at each for about 2 decades.

      • EVOLONE

        True.

      • Q.

        Uh huh. Since you’re the resident Hip-Hop expert, educate the class with the quotes and songs to support your claim.

      • Watever

        Are you slow? Lol. Read the article. There are four examples right there. They even give quotes.

      • Q.

        LOL I’m only slow deep-stroking your mom, n!gga. Do you know what “rivalry” means? Ongoing competition. Where is the ongoing competition??

        The article says:

        “LL reportedly lost a series a secret rap battles to an unsigned Jay Z which led to some animosity.”

        ^So, basically hearsay, nothing concrete.

        And, “The “Mama Said Knock You Out” rhymer was also vocal about his displeasure for the way he was treated during Jay’s tenure as Def Jam president”

        ^Just because LL was “displeased” with his situation at Def Jam, doesn’t mean they were rivals. It means LL was displeased with his situation at Def Jam.

        Lastly, “We’ve seen people like LL [Cool J] have longevity, and we respect the heritage of what he’s done, but it’s not like, right now, he’s competing on the same level as Lil Wayne.”

        ^That was an opinion, maybe a jab. But again, where’s the big RIVALRY?

        And if two people don’t like each other, that doesn’t necessarily make them enemies. That’s reaching…But skip that–I asked you to present me YOUR evidence of this 20 year rivalry you’re claiming. Bring quotes and facts or shut up.

      • Watever

        Yeah you’re slow. First, no one said they were “enemies”. Brady and Manning are rivals, doesn’t mean they’re enemies.

        Second, several different sources who were there said they battled back in the day and that caused friction between them. A battle is a competition.

        LL and Jay COMPETED for attention and funding while they both were at Def Jam which is partly why LL was pissed when Jay became president of the label. These issues are well documented.

        They’ve been purposely throwing shots at each other in the press for YEARS. Why do you think of all the celebrities he came across at the Grammys, LL posted that video? He knew Hip Hop fans would understand its importance.

        But that’s not evidence they’ve been rivals for two decades? If you’re still pressed for facts, there’s this thing called Google. Used it or stfu.

      • Q.

        How ’bout you google these nuts…Brady and Manning were not enemies, they were rivals because they are COMPETITORS. Didn’t I just explain that to you, dufus? You just proved my point!

        “Second, several sources…these issues are well documented…”

        Several sources, my azz. CITE THE SOURCES AND THE DOCUMENTS OR SHUT THE FVCK UP. Ol’ Bickering Betty azz …And take that eye of Heru off your avi. Tired you whiteboys co-opting our sh!t.

      • Watever

        You’re an idiot. I said Brady and Manning are competitors not rivals. Just like LL and Jay are rivals/competitors not enemies. It’s called an analogy. You used the word “enemies” not me. Catch up.

        How about you click the hyperlink in the article which gives you exactly who those sources are that talked about the battle. That’s what the link is there for.

        And I’m not white dumb ass. I hope you’re like 14, otherwise you’re coming off as an imbecile.

      • Q.

        Bickering Betty, you’re not that clever– I didn’t ask you to give me the sources of the hearsay quotes in the article, I asked you to give me your evidence supporting your claims. Stop the monkey-sh!t circular arguments… If I said your mother’s a funky whore, does that mean your mother and I are rivals? No. It just means I think your mom’s a funky whore. It doesn’t mean I’m competing with that b!tch. Produce solid proof of your so-called rivalry or vanish.

      • Watever

        I’ve provided several examples (the article provides links to those examples) that proved LL and Jay were in competition with each other. By the very definition of the word “competitors”, that means they were rivals. Your “whore” analogy makes no sense and doesn’t have anything to do with this discussion.

        I get it. You’re just arguing to argue at this point. I understand you feel dumb as hell because you realize you’re wrong and your knowledge of Hip Hop history has been proven to be that of a remedial 8th grader. But just take your L and move on.

        You look desperate and thirsty for attention at this point. And if you keep replying with the same stupid comments that I’ve repeatedly answered, it will just further prove you really are slow.

      • Q.

        Bickering Betty, you’re trolling around the bush, and I’m not here to repeat myself to clowns. I already refuted those “quotes” as unsubstantial, so the onus is on you to come with firmer evidence. Rumors aren’t evidence. You got nothing solid, so you’re done here. How am I desperate/thirsty when you’re the one on my nuts with this petty bullsh!t? Backwards logic… I’ll admit you got to me to waste some keystrokes on you, though. I didn’t solicit your opinion, so miss me with it, forever and always. D!ckhead.

      • Watever

        You didn’t refute shit.

        There are people that heard the JayZ/LL battles and say they had issues from it. One of those people being Dame Dash, Jay Z business partner. – FACTS

        LL was upset at Jay because he felt Jay didn’t support him when he was president of Def Jam. – FACTS

        Jay Z and LL sent shots at each other in interviews for years. – FACTS

        All of these things happened over the last 25 years. – FACTS

        Conclusion: you’re an idiot that doesn’t know shit about hip hop history.

      • Q.

        Uh huh. Cool story, Betty. You still didn’t address my point(s) or establish competition. Debate team tryouts are over, and you failed show and tell. I’m not interested in circular arguments or your opinion, really, so we’ll stop here… If I wanted to hear from an azzhole I would’ve farted.
        Now, any responses after this I’ll have to interpret as you asking me to talk to you very disrespectfully. Just a forewarning. Run along now.

      • Watever

        Do you think I gaf what some faceless stranger says to me “disrespectfully” to me on the Internet? Lol. I’m not a bitch so don’t care about you insults.

        And if all you can do at this point is “talk disrespectfully” would just further prove you don’t know wtf you’re taking about concerning the original argument that LL & Jay were rivals, and you have no answer to the FACTS I repeatedly presented.

        That’s a clear sign your losing and have to act like bitch and get catty to save face. So go ahead “talk disrespectfully” to further prove that you lost and are clearly on the slow side.

      • Q.

        Petty Wap,

        “I’m not a bitch” …Yes you are, n!gga. LOL

        “You look desperate and thirsty for attention at this point.”

        “You’re just arguing to argue at this point.”

        …Why are you still typing?? I already told you, IDGAF about your opinion. POOF!

      • Watever

        Yep, you lost and you’re slow.

      • Q.

        B!tch, you’re still typing?…WHY?

        “I’m not a bitch”<—LMAO

      • Watever

        You’re still typing? Why?

      • Q.

        “You look desperate and thirsty for attention at this point.”

        TELL ME MORE, BETTY.

      • Watever

        You look desperate and thirsty for attention at this point.

      • Q.

        SO PROPHETIC, BETTY.…TELL ME MORE.

        “You’re just arguing to argue at this point.”

    • DLOUPO

      They was and even made songs about each other but ofcoarse it’s reaching to some1 still in high school

      • Q.

        #TROLLPOWER

  • In Black America Radio

    I have a question?
    Why do black people think the characters in the bible are black people, especially solomon ?
    and if its proven that these stories was created by white people and used as tools to control people, would you care?

    • RazaBladeKing

      Those are easy ones. The characters in the Bible are black because anthropology found that all of the oldest generations of human beings’ fossils were found in north east Africa, therefore (at least through most of the Old Testament) everyone back then was black. As for the 2nd part, the stories were never “proven to have been created by white people”; more accurately, they were co-opted by white people and white-washed as a way to marginalize and, eventually, eliminate the original blood line of humanity and re-write history with themselves as the Original Men and Women.

      • Myleage

        well if man started as black, then white people are black as well. they just have less melanin

      • RazaBladeKing

        …kind of. All of humanity’s lineage goes back to Africa, and that includes even the whitest white people… but they’re not black; you could say they are “of African descent”, though. Sociology can tell you who has the most direct lineage to the original bloodline… Anyway, something happened to the black people that went into the Caucasus mountains (several theories on what that was), but they came out looking like they do. But they do have trace amounts of melanin, you are correct.

      • Myleage

        yeah but there are brown people, dark brown people, and black people and light brown and beige people. if all of them can be “black” then why cant “white” people be too? or asian people? there are asians who are just as dark as black people.

        my point is, genetically speaking, each race wasnt isolated from each other long enough o create a subspecies of human. plus, the races been mixing for thousands of years before written history, hence if why the genetic variation between humans is 1000% less than the variation between fruit flies. The whole concept of race is an illusion. human phenotype, like hair color/texture, skin/eye color, etc. account for less than 1% of our DNA. A random black person can be share more % of DNA with a random white person than another black person. so why would it make sense to pit the two blacks together as the same race merely because of the hue of skin? not all black people have the same skin tone. so why put a light brown person as the same race as a dark brown person but not include a white person who has melanin too but just not as much?

      • RazaBladeKing

        You kinda answered your own question. “Race” as it relates to skin tone is a creation of the human imagination. As for “why” it began? That would take analyzing the pysche of people from thousands of years ago, but my guess would be that the initial goal was division… it’s a lot easier to control a population that is divided against each other and fighting one another than a group that is united. That of course led to supremacist ideologies, inferiority complexes, etc that we still see today. But the ultimate goal was control. So to answer your first question, a white person or asian person can’t be black because someone a long time ago decided that they weren’t, and everyone has rolled with it since. I got a Sri Lankan friend that is “darker” than most of my black friends, and unless you account for “skin tone = race” as an imaginary construct, then yeah, it makes no sense.

      • Myleage

        well said. divide the people to rule the masses

      • Q.

        The whole “race” ideology is only a few centuries old.

      • RazaBladeKing

        Didn’t know that… I’m haven’t really studied (in depth) the disambiguation of the races as far as when “white”, “latin”, “asian”, “middle eastern”, etc emerged time-wise, so that wouldn’t shock me.

      • Q.

        Yeah, they didn’t start officially start calling caucasians “white” until like the 19th century, which was a tactic to keep poor downtrodden serfs of Euro descent from allying with indigenous people against colonial rule. The status designation of “white” was used to fabricate a social buffer between the indigenous and the colonial elite.

      • RazaBladeKing

        Good intel; this is a topic I’m probably gonna investigate further, but all of that makes perfect sense

      • In Black America Radio

        “The characters in the Bible are black because anthropology found that all of the oldest generations of human beings’ fossils were found in north east Africa”

        where in North East Africa? and how do anthropologist finding the oldest generation of human beings become characters in the bible? the reason why i ask this is because the bible is a Patrilineal book and in my studies I find that Africans was Matrilineal in nature. i also found that most studied the Sun Moons and Stars Prior to religious conversion. and reading the Kebra Negast its clear as day that Solomon is a white man……………..which makes me wonder of the other characters.

      • RazaBladeKing

        Those are fair questions. Specifically, we’re talking what would be modern day Egypt, Ethiopia, etc, bleeding into what is the modern-day Middle East (the Garden of Eden would be in today’s “Iraq”, for example). You have to remember, the land masses of the world were much different back then (most believe it was one big lump back then). Anthropologists determine the age of fossils by how deep they are buried in the ground (I could explain further), and all of the oldest human fossils (ie the ones buried deepest) are found there; this translates to Biblical characters because the Bible starts with the beginning of humanity in the Genesis and tells the story of man from there; its basically correlating the science of the beginnings of man to the story of the beginnings of man in the Bible, so it’s a moot point unless you believe in both. Anthropology also studies bone structure, and sociology studies human movement, so you can look further into who/where that would directly link to today. One other thing though: terms like “Africans” can be misleading. West Africans and North East Africans are in no way the same, scientifically, Biblically, historically, etc.; what you’re talking about sounds like West Africans, and that is a different spur off of what is ultimately the original bloodline. But the answer to your question is the same as “Why wasn’t Yahweh/Yeshua/Jesus a Christian if he’s God in the flesh and that’s the correct religion?”; it hadn’t happened yet, and the tribal religions pre-date Christianity. Haven’t really studied Solomon so you may be right on that, but there is no real conclusive science/history on when and how the races disambiguated, although I have some theories.

        Now what’s all that got to do with LL and Jay-Z? Just playin

      • In Black America Radio

        “Anthropologists determine the age of fossils by how deep they are buried in the ground (I could explain further), and all of the oldest human fossils (ie the ones buried deepest) are found there; this translates to Biblical characters because the Bible starts with the beginning of humanity in the Genesis and tells the story of man from there”

        ——-

        I get that, but the fossils the anthropologist find/found is waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay older then the bible accounts. And if the bible IS telling the story of man then what man are they speaking of since anyone who read the bible knows that cain ended up marrying a women of another group of people. So that’s why I ask, speak of the orgins of what man? I follow the ideology of the black race being the 1st and original race of people on the planet which is why the stories in the bible don’t add up to me. While the story is being told there are other people in other areas shaking and moving……….we know this cause the characters of the bible stay warring with them or been in bondage to them.

        —–

        “West Africans and North East Africans are in no way the same, scientifically, Biblically, historically, etc.; what you’re talking about sounds like West Africans, and that is a different spur off of what is ultimately the original bloodline.”

        —–

        Well as a Rasta Man I had to study east Africa and Ethiopia in particular and Ethiopia was ran by women up until the Queen Makeba dealt with Solomon and took on his religious ideology, god concept and abandon her owns. Her son with Solomon, she declared him king and told her noble men and council to never allow a women to sit on the throne and that’s how Ethiopian turned from Matrilineal to Patrilineal. So my question now is how are west Africans different (thru science, the bible, historically etc) from east Africans when we all know people migrate and these “countries” in Africa was created by white people.

      • RazaBladeKing

        Understood, and in that, I can answer both questions at once. The Genesis doesn’t explicitly state that Adam & Eve were the first homo sapiens per se; it implies that there were humans walkin around before then, but that those two were the first that the Most High “breathed life into” (ie, consciousness, a soul, a conscience, etc). The Old Testament (aka Torah) is telling the story specifically of the 12 Tribes, which we can see were “different groups” based on their descendents of today; time in general is kind of questionable back then, since it says people ‘lived for hundreds of years’ for example, and more practically, no one had clocks or our modern calendar to go off of while recording history back then. You are correct about Ethiopia being a matriarchy originally (my roots trace back to that very country on both my mother and father’s geneology, and knowin what I know now, it’s no surprise). But the short version of the difference between Africans is, the majority of West Africans are Hammites, while NE Africans are direct from the Tribes of Israel, specifically the Tribe of Judah (which is why the majority of people of color in the Western Hemisphere would find that their geneology traces back to there). But again, if you don’t believe in scripture, none of any of that really matters. And this is also a compilation of my own studies, theories, beliefs, etc, so take it all with a grain of salt

      • In Black America Radio

        “The Genesis doesn’t explicitly state that Adam & Eve were the first homo sapiens per se; it implies that there were humans walkin around before then, but that those two were the first that the Most High “breathed life into” (ie, consciousness, a soul, a conscience, etc).”
        —-
        In that case wouldn’t it be safe to say that Genesis isnt the beginning of humanity as you stated above? Because you said that the bible STARTS with the beginning of humanity in genesis…………but now saying that it doesn’t explicitly state that A&E were the first homo sapiens……..so if its not saying that then it should be safe to say that genesis isnt the beginning of humanity.
        —–
        “But the short version of the difference between Africans is, the majority of West Africans are Hammites, while NE Africans are direct from the Tribes of Israel, specifically the Tribe of Judah (which is why the majority of people of color in the Western Hemisphere would find that their geneology traces back to there”
        —–
        Are you from America? I ask you this because most black americans can trace they linage back to west Africa and some to angola/congo region (mainly new Orleans and some Gullah people of SC can trace there dialect to the congo region). I know why Ethiopia can be considered part of the tribe of Judah because of my studies even though Judah is being sold to black americans as their “tribe”, I guess my question is this……………. How is Judah our “tribe” when it came from Solomon who son became king of Ethiopia? Prior to the queen of sheba dealing with Solomon the region did not follow that doctrine. A doctrine that came from someone who was not black……………….better question cause that will bring up having to study Solomon and his race. So better question would the revelation of Solomon being a white man alter your view point of the 12 tribes if you had clear proof the originators of the concept were not black people? Not asking would you stop practicing what you practice……….but would it change your view point?

        Oh, and this is just a build…………nothing more or less lol

      • RazaBladeKing

        I’m with it man; that’s what these boards used to be for, and I’m always open to new info (more on that in a second…). To answer your first question, no, it wouldn’t be safe to say that. Humanity is introduced vaguely in the very first chapter of Genesis, as the Most High is puttin together the Universe; Adam & Eve don’t explicitly pop up until like the 2nd chapter at least (chapters bein more like pages than actual novel chapters obviously). So mankind is introduced, just not given a long drawn-out description until Adam & Eve and the original blessing. For the 2nd question, yes, I am American. As for most black americans tracing back to West Africa, I’m not sure I believe that. If you mean that in a sense of “that’s as far back as they can trace it”, then sure; that’s where we “left port” for this hemisphere, so to speak, and genealogical studies are very expensive, to this day (I only know mine because each family pitched in for one during respective reunions over the last decade). I would assume most black, latin, and american indians in America (that have been here beyond 4 generations) would find their origins in NE Africa if they had the resources to conduct such a study, based on what I know so far. Would Solomon bein white change that? Not initially, but my beliefs are always evolving with the new information (that can be substantiated) that I gain. 10 years ago, I believed in white Jesus, white Adam & Eve, etc, but I know now that those are scientifically impossible, let alone Biblically. But I don’t subscribe to organized religion, as I believe God intended for each of us to have an individual, non-ritualized relationship with Him. So it’s easier for me to modify my beliefs in my mind because they’re fluid, not static. I have no idea what I’ll believe 10 years from now, but I know it’ll make sense to me, just as my current beliefs do now. In short, no, a white Solomon wouldn’t dramatically affect my belief system, even though I can see how it would seem like it should; the origin of the tribe of Judah and all of that would pre-date King Solomon, I believe. Here’s a question: as a Rasta (and I know a few), and assuming you believe Solomon was white… did that affect your belief system? Curious, not a shot.

      • In Black America Radio

        “Here’s a question: as a Rasta (and I know a few), and assuming you believe Solomon was white… did that affect your belief system? ”

        so imma answer that like this
        when i was young i was taught that shashamane land was land giving to the Rasta’s from H.I.M. i was taught that solomon and other character was black people. i was taught that Ethiopia was the only country in africa NOT to be colonized. as i got older and researched other information i found out that shashamane land was land given to black people in the diaspora when H.I.M found out that black americans was ready to fight on the side of Ethiopia during WWII but america wouldnt allow it even though america allowed Italians to fight on the side of Mussolini (go figure). i never understood how we went from being matri to patri…….especially if these are black people. so as im doing my studies i ran across the part in the kebra negast that mention how the queen of sheba stopped the worship of the sun moon and stars to believing in the god of isreal. cross reference that with Diops book on barbarism and civilization. then i notice that the queen of sheba gave up her throne so solomons seed can reign supreme which made the country and christian country. we all know that the papal bull of 1452 i think said that those white people can colonize any place with out a christian monarchy………….well thats why Ethiopia was never colonized per se. but i still was stuck on the race of solomon until i digged deeper and it’s clear as day he is a white man.
        so what that did was destroy the narrative that was given to me to believe in and now i have a better understanding of how and why black people are in the position we find our self in.

      • RazaBladeKing

        Right on. I guess I’ll bring things full circle and go to the conceptual level: I can understand how the information given to us (and specifically the sources and their motivations) can create skepticism in the information itself; but in the end, that doesn’t necessarily mean the information is actually false. The wrong messenger doesn’t necessarily mean the message itself is wrong. More to the point: I know the Bible we have access to is the product of the Roman Catholic church, and they have proven for centuries to be a less than reputable organization; I know the Protestant church, King James Bible, and New Testament we have access to are largely the result of KJ gettin mad over the RC church not lettin him get a divorce. So I know that both the Torah/Old Testament and New Testament I’m readin are comin from suspect sources … but that isn’t enough to invalidate the book as a whole for me. It just caused me to do more research, and create my own belief system/relationship with my higher power. As such, I take those books I mentioned with a grain of salt
        religiously/philosophically, and use them more as a historical and
        sociological guide. In the end, none of us know the actual “right answer”, since none of us were there at the beginning, and none of us know how it all ends. That’s why any belief system, even for atheists, will always have to be taken on [faith]. Like I alluded to in my first response, I’m matching up proven science with a religion I believe, but it means nothing for someone who doesn’t buy into both. Your first question was about (Christian) biblical characters bein black. The first generations of man were black as a matter of science, so no matter what religion you follow, the starting point would still be black people.

      • In Black America Radio

        my stance on the black man and woman being original…………..i doubt that fact can change cause thats proven. but the more i do research on how we got these books, which kings sided with rome to eventually be betrayed by rome. which kings aligned with Portuguese kings dude to them both being Christians which keep the slave trade up etc etc. so when it come to god and religion………..thats where my doubt come in. when it come to black people, its solid.. nice build

      • RazaBladeKing

        Yes sir, good build indeed. I learned quite a bit on this board today, and more importantly, the stuff I wanna learn about further. It’s like the AllHipHop board of the old days

    • EL_BARK

      if u read it its plenty of scripture that tell you the people were black

      • In Black America Radio

        give me examples. but the character im really referring to is Solomon. what i read points to him clearly being a white man.

        and i can break that down with 3 books outside the bible. maybe the bible say one thing and the torah say another………that i dont know…………but the 3 books i use are Barbarism and Civilization by diop, Destruction of black civilization by Chancellor williams and the Kebra Negast translated into english by Budge.

    • ZUBU

      Dude the original man was a black man, Solomon was black as were all the players from that era. I’ve read the Holy Bible, Torah, and Koran and they were black… Jesus was black…-
      —————–
      From an evolutionary or creationist viewpoint life started in Africa…. Blacks are the fathers and mothers of humanity, white and others radiated and evolved into the people they are… Blacks are the essence….

      • In Black America Radio

        your merging two points together. the argument isnt if black people are the original people on the planet…….the question was the characters of the bible. so let me ask this, was the bible giving to us by people that colonized us or did we have these religious books PRIOR to being conquered?

    • wickedjones

      Accd to the bible Jesus had hair like lamb wool and skin the color of brass.. that dont sound white to me.

      • In Black America Radio

        in peru jesus is black and judas is black. everyone else is white and the mayans killed jesus. christian missionaries sold the story to the Panare Indians and said their ancestors killed jesus and god was mad at them. so its not strange for jesus to have lamb wool texture hair and feet of brass when the story is sold to us.
        also in peru jesus walked in peru and had the last supper there which was guinea pig and other local foods. im just saying……..

      • wickedjones

        In that region i would suspect all the prophets were black.

      • In Black America Radio

        well the religion is christianity and the only ones black was jesus and judas. everybody else is white including the colonizers who paid to be added in the story. and the guy doing the tour didnt even really wanna say jesus was black he claim the statue was black because of soot.

    • The same reason they think the comic book characters in the bible are actually real!

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  • Jay Bennett

    It’s been said that before Jay Z got put on him and Dame Dash was running around NY in search of L to battle him and on at least one occasion they did. Can’t tell you who won…mostly hearsay. But they had conflicts when they where at Def Jam as far as LL beefin bout how can he be the president AND an artist? Maybe figuring Jay will go look out for his own best interest as oppose to promoting an LL album or even other original Def Jam artist….being honest i didn’t read all these comments but how this topic of “black people” and the “bible” come up on a thread about LL Cool J and Jay Z?

    • STEPH

      You said the same thing as the article I just read

  • STEPH

    LL finally got out his feelings period….Jay Z getting the nod as president of Def Jam isn’t a beef he should have with HOV….Shit he should have a problem with Universal music group/ The Island Def Jam Music Group and as far as his treatment while Hov was president shit Jay Z wasn’t bound to leave send this nigga roses every Thursday, LL was going on what he did for the label (ever hear that Janet Jackson song “What have you done for me lately”?) “He’s a dope artist but he hasn’t worked in a while” -PAC- and if the nigga did chew his ass up in a rap battle let that old shit go. You can’t still be that older bitter mad nigga over some shit that’s almost 20 years old…
    #wastedemotions

  • Wesnile

    They both pushing 50 they beef shit is played out.

  • Inmadopicouroz✓QUEENSᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    QUEENS!

  • Elayorx El

    The Messiah is in one people, not one person.-Most High

  • JerZeBoy

    I mean they are 40+ might as well let it go….

    • Spijo

      you have to read the article well and understand what it says. There is currently no beef between JZ and LL. You have failed the comprehension dude!

      • JerZeBoy

        “currently” there isn’t any, but there was in the past everyone that is a real hiphop head knows that.

  • Stephanie Ashrika Prasad

    SO HAPPY TO HEAR EVERYONE IS GETTING ALONG!