Jay Electronica just went on a Twitter rampage, a salient point of which was that he "can't wait" for Kanye West's next move. Of course, this should worry many people out there considering the controversies and harmful statements he's been involved in recently. However, at least the media cycle around him has grown ever so slightly more moderated over the past few months. Regardless, Jay went at religion and non-believers, he called out many celebrities directly asking them if they believed in God, and unleashed small but loaded statements. While he's gotten in trouble in the past for his controversial views, this was more of a weird tirade than anything else.
"I can't wait for Ye to bust y'all heads wide open w his next maneuver. Godspeed Ye," he shared on Twitter. Another notable tweet he fired off was inviting YoungBoy to join the Nation of Islam, probably after he found out that he was considering Mormon baptism. "Tell NBA Youngboy i said come to Islam and be the great Commander of [men] God intends for you," the 46-year-old shared.
Jay Electronica "Can't Wait" For Kanye's Return
Despite his public persona becoming more divisive, his catalog remains elusive but incredibly celebrated. Sure, he's not the most prolific or grandiose of lyricists, but his verses always create somewhat of a moment. For example, he contributed to Ye's lengthy "Jesus Lord" track off his album Donda. In addition, he apparently told Kevin Durant last year that new music is on the way. Perhaps he's looking to make a grand return.
Meanwhile, the most recent bit of Jay Electron' news was a curious anecdote from Hit-Boy. "Jay electronica called me randomly while me and Nas were working on 'Hood2Hood,'" the producer tweeted. Moreover, he was referencing a set of bars on that track that were inspired by the following exchange. "And i put him on speaker he said 'if y'all in there working on more music i'm coming to shoot the studio up' jokingly of course." A humorous but also extreme person, he was blasted for similarly antisemitic views to that of Kanye's, albeit less extreme. One of those is his consistent use of the phrase "synagogue of Satan." However, as long his skill isn't hampered by his controversial rhetoric, he'll likely keep his acclaimed career. Regardless, come back to HNHH for the latest updates on Kanye West and Jay Electronica.