You seem to be only concerned with dissing women
Many of Jay-Z’s biggest hits glorified misogyny:
“Who You Wit”: glorified him being a pimp.
“Can I Get A……”: slandered women who looked for a sugar daddy in a crude manner.
“Money, Cash, Hoes”: title explains itself.
“Girls Best Friend”: females will do anything for jewelry.
“Big Pimpin”: self-explanatory.
“Do it Again”: glorifies random one night stands and kicking girls to the curb.
“I Just Wanna Love You”: proclaims women need to be loose or get out his face.
“Girls Girls Girls”: not as blatant but still a ridiculous notion that he can have different sexual encounters with numerous women simultaneously.
Of course, for every sensitive “Black Girl Lost”, Nas once in a while dropped a misogynist radio hit of his own (“You Owe Me”), a hypocrisy Jay-Z would attack him for on Blueprint 2.
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