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Jay-Z DIDN'T hit a female fan

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Jay-Z Not Beating Women In “Video”

By Jigsaw

Date: 6/22/2004 7:19 am

The internet has been in a silent uproar over an alleged incident of Jay-Z striking a woman, but the speculation over a 3-second moving GIF image has been proven inaccurate.

The image, which has been spread through the internet through websites, instant messenger transmissions and message boards, seems to show the image of Jay-Z assaulting a women considerably smaller than he is.

Jay-Z responded to the charges though a Roc representative and categorically denied the accusations. The rep also clarified exactly where the scene came from.

“The person in the video is an executive at Roc-A-Fella and a friend of Jay-Z’s. What you see in the video is a scene from ‘Back Stage,’” he said. ‘Back Stage’ is the 2000 movie that chronicled the 1999 Hard Knock Life Tour, the roving show that featured Jay-Z, DMX, Method Man, Redman, The Roc and other popular rappers like Ja Rule. The female employee’s name is being withheld at the request of Roc-A-Fella.

“Specifically, the scene is derived from Chapter 14: ‘Two Months Too Long,’” the Roc-A-Fella rep disclosed. “The context of the play fighting is the tour has gone on too long and she is making fun of Jay-Z and if you listen you hear her teasing [like] “Gimme elbow room, gimme elbow room, I’m the Jigga man.”

Another source further detailed Jay’s relationship with the Roc executive.

“She and Jay grew up together and play like that which is why no one of people watching look fazed by it,” the source said. “She still works for and with Jay.”

“Once you know its [the executive] and you know her, it all makes sense, but for the average person, they are going to run with it.” In the scene, Jays-Z’s former mentor Jaz-O can be seen to the right with a semi-smile on his face as Jay-Z supposedly strikes the women. None of the others in the scene express dismay at the display either.

According to the representative, Jay-Z and other sources, the pair is described as “life long friends,” even though the exact length of their relationship was undetermined.

The Roc-A-Fella representative stated that the mainstream media has begun to call inquiring about the nature of the “video” hoping for some headlining news.

“If Jay was beating up a female, it certainly wouldn’t appear in a movie put out by Roc-A-Fella,” the rep concluded.

Shame on you all for jumping to conclusions...


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Guest Angry Baboon

I guess the only solution is to kill Lil Jon in retaliation.

I've watched it more closely and it's pretty clear he doesn't hit her. The first time he reaches his hand out, he tries to grab her camera. She jerks her head back, which to the unobservant or stupid might make it look like she's been hit. When he has no success grabbing the camera, he shoves the bitch away.

Take that, bitch.

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Speaking of Lil Jon...


I can see why he wears the big-ass glasses. Hide them big ol' bug eyes.

Catfish-lookin' motherfucker.

That last line had me laughin my ass off. Good job (Y)

On the topic of the video, it was clear he didn't hit the woman. A few posts into that topic had people already saying it was obvious that he simply pushed her away.

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