While the entire world is collectively holding their breath for Jay Electronica to finally release his long-awaited, long-overdue album—the New Orleans native is busy shooting shooting short films and whatever else.
“ was a good rapper,” said the Roc Nation signee (00:14). “Right now, he got the potential to be a good rapper, but he’s on some sucka shit and we will slap his f*cking eyeballs loose. We’ll slap 50 Cent’s f*cking eyeballs loose out of his scalp.”
Well, then… what else do you need to get off your chest, Jay? How about you throw some Kendrick on…
“Nah, f*ck that. I like the one Kendrick song with Gunplay, “Cartoons & Cereal.” But other than that, we don’t know what the n*gga talkin’ about.”
So, it’s f*ck Kendrick?
“Nah, don’t say f*ck Kendrick. You can’t say f*ck Kendrick. That’s still our brother.”
Uh oh, Jay, the people are saying Kendrick would body you!
“Kendrick would tell you himself he couldn’t body me. Kendrick is my son. Kendrick is my baby. Kendrick wishes he could be me.”
Wait, I’m confused. First he’s your brother, now he’s your son? But… ahh, forget it!
(Meanwhile, Future’s EVOL album is playing in the background.)
Ay yo. My head is spinning. Not to belabor the sentiments we’re all probably thinking right about now, but that is a lot of talk coming from someone who has yet to drop an album. An album that he “promised was coming” in 20-f*cking-14. I’m just about ready to throw in the towel…
SHAKE EDIT: I’d like to interject and say that I hope this was Jay foolin’ around. I mean, he was just on stage with the likes of 9th Wonder, Rapsody, Bun B and Apollo Brown—all of which praise K. Dot in every way possible.