• Timberlake Slaps Back At Kanye On SNL!

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    Last night March 9, 2013 Justin Timberlake not only hosted SNL for his fifth time, but he also served as the musical act, which brought an unexpected guest to the stage: Hova!  The duo performed “Suit And Tie” and if Kanye thought that he was going to publicly diss their song and there would be no repercussion from it, then that would make the second time in the last week that he was a victim of his own delusions!

    A few weeks ago Kanye decided that he should comment on JT & Jay-Z’s song, subsequently telling the world that he’s not messing with it.  The Kayne rant went on and on, for no real reason and the video is all over the place but hang in there and listen to what he says!  See the video below:


    Now fast forward to last night’s SNL and JT’s second verse of the song. Timberlake glosses right over the change in the song’s line,  drawing almost little to no attention to it. In fact, if you didn’t already know the words, you wouldn’t have even caught it.  But he did change it, and we know there’s no way he would have done it without Jay’s knowledge.  What should have been “And aw, sh*t so sick, got a hit and picked up a habit,” became;

    “My hit’s so sick, got rappers acting dramatic.”

    See it for yourself!


    Welp, Kanye wanted some attention, and some attention he’s got! We’re willing to bet it wasn’t the kind he wanted though!


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