Following Beyoncè’s Super Bowl performance of “Formation,” The Blaze news anchor, Tomi Lahren, gave her conservative views on the performance and its message. During the conversation she even mentioned Beyonce’s husband, Jay Z, noting that he was a drug dealer for 14 years prior to becoming a famous rap star.
However, it was Jay who got the last laugh when he included Lahren’s comment about his drug dealer past in Pusha T’s new track “Drug Dealers Anonymous.” The track, which is off Pusha T’s forthcoming “King Push” album, featured a snippet of Tomi’s words, “Your husband was a drug dealer. For fourteen years, he sold crack cocaine,” along with Hov’s response.
Jay raps, “Federico Fellini in the flesh/Sergio Tacchini inside his mesh/B*tch I been brackin’ since the ‘80s/Google me baby, you crazy/’89 in London pull the Benz up/Type it in/Google’s your friend bruh/14-year drug dealer and still counting/Who deserves the medal of freedom is my accountant.”
Lahren quickly took to Twitter to respond to the track, “Always wanted to be on a track with two drug dealers. Thanks & @PUSHA_T & #JAYZ.”
Five hours later she continued, “He used a sound bite from me in his rap and you think I take that as a loss? Nah. I’m good.”
And another eight hours later she tweeted, “I intro’d Jay-Z’s verse and you think I’m mad…Nah.”
Considering she’s been going on and on about it for 24 hours, I’d say she’s mad.