- Kanye West has shared with his million followers that he misses Jay-Z for real
- The two rich rappers and businessmen have been friends for years and have even released lit songs together
- Kanye even went as far as asking Jay-Z to join him in him in the US presidential race
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Kanye West has taken to social media to share that he misses his bestie, Jay-Z. Kanye and Jay-Z used to be tight back in 2011. They even released a collaborative studio album titled Watch The Throne.
The album had hits such as Otis and No Church in the Wild. The two stars are currently the richest rappers in the world.
Kanye took to Twitter on Tuesday morning and let tweeps know that as much as he is doing well by himself, he misses Jay. He tweeted:
"Miss my bro ... real talk."
Since Kanye's tweet, some of his fans have asked the two rappers to make Watch The Throne 2.
Briefly.co.za recently reported that the controversial rapper is headstrong in his dream to become the next president of the USA and it appears the rap star is also open to the idea of bringing a colleague and friend on the way.
According to reports by Independent, the Yeezy brand owner claimed that he recently reached out to fellow rapper and business mogul, Jay-Z, to join him on the US presidential race.
West was reported to have asked Jay-Z to join his presidential ticket and run as his vice-president. The same publication reported that the rapper made the disclosure during an appearance on Kris Kraylin’s radio show on Sunday, 19 July.
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In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Jay-Z has decided to open his own school of music. Through his Roc Nation record label, the American superstar has teamed up with Long Island University (LIU) Brooklyn to establish the Roc Nation School of Music, Sports and Entertainment.
The school will offer undergraduate degrees in music, music technology, sports management and entrepreneurship and production, according to reports.
On top of the undergraduate degrees, the school will hold summer residential camps for high school students and Saturday programmes for students aged 10 to 18 years old, focusing on music and sports management.
In a statement, Roc Nation CEO Desiree Perez said the institution will provide unique insight, knowledge and experience for students and introduce the world to the next generation of untapped talent.
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Source: Briefly News