Jay-Z spoke with Tim Westwood about him allegedly shutting down Chris Brown's BET performance and The Game.
In an interview with English deejay Tim Westwood, Jay-Z took time to address several hot-button issues, the first of which was Chris Brown.
Jay-Z denied rumors that he had Brown's scheduled Michael Jackson tribute at the BET Awards canceled. "First, let me categorically deny that. That's not even my style. If I got a problem with Chris Brown, I got a problem with Chris Brown. I haven't said anything - I haven't said anything live, or behind the scenes. Whatever. I don't agree with what he did, and that's it."
Moving onto other controversies, Jay spoke about The Game, whom he mentioned in a freestyle live in concert [click to read], which ilicited a harsh response from the west coast rapper [click to read]. Jay-Z was careful to point out that he in the freestyle that he was not talking about Game. "Tell groupie to get over it," concluded Hov.
During the interview, Jay also confirmed that his next single will indeed feature Rihanna and Kanye West in favor of one with Drake [click to read]. As previously reported, the singer is titled "Run This Town."