Friday, November 5, 2010


"We didn't need dirty money to start Roc-A-Fella" - Quoting: Jay Z

Well, it seems as if the rapper will soon choke on his own words. In his book decoded, the rapper shared a potential drug bust:

Soon Jay-Z was onto bigger deals. He and his crew traveled up and down the East Coast, sourcing and unloading drugs. Jay-Z recounts the time, in 1994, when he was driving down I-95. He had a stash of crack in a fake compartment in the sunroof of his Maxima when he got pulled over by cops for “no good reason.” The police knew they couldn’t search his car without probable cause, so they called the K-9 unit — the dogs would be able to sniff out the drugs. But the unit didn’t show up, and the cops had to let him go. A minute later, he saw the K-9 unit speeding down the highway in the other direction, but too late — he was already home free. It’s a moment he would later recount in his 2004 hit song, “99 Problems” with the lyric: “I got 99 problems but a bitch ain’t one.” At the time, Jay-Z was slammed for the misogynistic use of the word “bitch” — but, as he reveals in his book, he was actually referring to a female dog, or the dogs that never caught up to him that day. “It would have changed my life if that dog had been a few seconds faster,” he writes.

The rapper goes on to share that in the same year (1994) his record label, Roc-a-fella was created. In case you haven't heard, the co-founder Kareem "Biggs" Burke was arrested last month. Here's the jist of a article posted on a random website:

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  1. American Gangsters!

  2. ^smdh

    So, this is the reason why Jay-Z has been hanging around the legit white people.


  3. He's in the UK now promoting heavy!