Jay-Z uses n-word, drops f-bombs at concert while Hillary looks the other way – it’s okay, it’s a Dem thing

The hypocrisy of the left was on full display Friday night at a concert being held on behalf of Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

Rapper Jay-Z and wife Beyonce performed at a free concert in Cleveland, Ohio, to drive low-information Democrats to the ballot box and Jay-Z didn’t bother to censor his lyrics with Clinton on hand, dropping f-bombs and the n-word with reckless abandon.

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Hillary gets slap in the face from fans after Jay Z and Beyonce show; Trump brags with good reason!

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The rapper repeatedly used the n-word and dropped the f-bomb as he performed “F—WithMeYouKnowIGotIt” and his hit “Dirt off Your Shoulder” song at a Cleveland rally.

“You’re tuned into the motherf—– greatest,” a voice said as Jay Z appeared onstage.

“If you feelin’ like a pimp n—-, go and brush your shoulders off,” Jay Z rapped. “Ladies is pimps too, go and brush your shoulders off. N—– is crazy baby, don’t forget that boy told you. Get that dirt off your shoulders.”

Jay Z also performed the song “Jigga My N—-,” in which he boasted that he was “Jay-Z, motherf——-!”

 

This coming from the candidate who claimed: “When they go low, we go high.”

Clinton uttered the ready-made response at last month’s debate when Donald Trump called attention to some of her more unsavory actions, attributing the quote to “my friend Michelle Obama.”

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Speaking of Trump, he made it clear Friday that he did not need to resort to the bread and circuses Clinton rolled out Friday.

Ironically, the first lady once called Beyonce “a role model,” despite the pop artist’s raunchy, sexually driven performances — commentary Obama’s daughter, Malia, apparently took to heart.

In fact, Mrs. Obama has been very critical of Trump while stumping for Clinton, condemning the GOP nominee for his “disgraceful” behavior, claiming it has “shaken me to my core in a way I couldn’t have predicted.”

“We simply cannot endure this or expose our children to this any longer,” she said recently.

But don’t worry, dropping f-bombs, the n-word and singing about “b*tches getting it right” is all good.

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