Tell ‘Em Al! Sharpton Responds To Jay Z Dissing Him

Posted On : July 6, 2017
Reverend Al Sharpton

Al Sharpton is making it known to 47 year old Jay Z that at 62 years old, he ain’t new to this, he’s true to this! So what’s all the noise about? Well, Sharpton is at the center of a rap diss by Jay-Z on his new 4:44 album.

Jay Z’s Al Sharpton Diss

Jay Z

Jay dissed the reverend’s selfie game, which by the way has take on a life of it’s own online. Here’s what Jay rapped about the reverend on his song, “Family Feud”:

“Y’all think small, I think Biggie / Y’all whole pass is in danger, ten Mississippi / Al Sharpton in the mirror takin’ selfies / How is him or Bill Cosby s’posed to help me?”

Sharpton’s Response

Never one to hold his tongue, Al has just responded to Jay Z’s diss on two separate occasions:

And he also tweeted this message for Jay Z a few days ago…

In case y’all haven’t heard by now, Sharpton has become a new internet sensation among youngins and Old Schoolers alike. As of late, Rev. has broken the internet a few times with his immaculate selfie game on social media.

Sharpton says he’s increased the amount of selfies and videos he posts so he could let his fans see the healthy lifestyle he’s living and it’s affects at 62 years of age. However, that message consistently goes clean outta the window, because it gets overshadowed by Al’s poses, perm, stance, and sometimes his outfits.  We can show you better than we can tell you…

Al’s Priceless Selfies

Take the Sharpton’s Father’s Day online message, for example. Social media had a field day with it for various reasons…

Then there was his desk push up video, where people were quick to notice his struggle one-arm push up that midway through, he decided not to do, but also still decided to post the video online. That  cause fans to react, as you’ll see below…

#alsharpton gang gang pulling up on yo block with the civil rights leaders

A post shared by Al Sharpton (@alsharptonfanpage) on

Fan’s reaction…

There was also Sharpton’s permed up, swagged out selfie that garnered many online comments…

Sharpton has also responded to the online attention in the past, by stating that if the president (Trump) can tweet odd, incorrectly spelled comments in the middle of the night, then he can and will, continue to post his selfies, because at least his will be correctly spelled. You tell ’em Al!

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