Jay Z has FINALLY talked about his feud with Kanye West

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Hosted by veteran journalists Elliott Wilson and Brian "B.Dot" Miller, the hour-long interview sees the U.S. star address speculation that he was taking aim at West on the opening track of his recent 4:44 album, "Kill Jay-Z".

The legendary rapper was spotted at the trendy Chiltern Firehouse wearing a Canadian tux and crisp white sneakers. Now Jay is addressing their feud. Today, they release their 10th episode which serves as part one of their an interview with Jay-Z.

Jay-Z wore a Canadian tuxedo and white sneakers in London on Friday. While the rapper was talking about his song Kill Jay Z, he mentioned that he "got hurt' because Kanye was talking about him on stage".

'Jay Z, call me bro, you still ain't call me.

"Just like from the beginning of someone's career and making that sort of album that really means something - touches the culture like a touch point, moves conversation and just be really f**king good and s**t - it's, like, a hard thing to do because you're so removed from where you were in the beginning". "And he knows it's a problem", he said.

According to Billboard, Jay Z dropped the new interview on his Tidal site where he addressed controversial aspects of his 4:44 album, including his feud with the man who used to be his bestie, Kanye. The point is, I was getting to the point where I said, 'You got hurt by that.' That's nothing. "No one's ever chopped records up the way those records are chopped up".

In case you missed how the beef started; Kanye West had blasted Jay Z and Beyonce during his Saint Pablo tour last November. "It's not a diss, I'm talking to myself the whole time", he said.

The "99 Problems" rapper added that West "knows that he crossed the line". It really isn't. His name is there because its just truthful, what happened. Not only does he have to know, I know he knows because we never let this much space go between one of our disagreements and we've had many.

"Because me and him woulda been resolved our issues", Jay shared.

It was exaggeration. Of course I know Jewish people don't own all the property in the world. "He's open, and he'll say things, and he's wrong a lot of times, and he'll confront it". He also told Jay-Z to call him, saying: "You still ain't called me".

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