On Monday, Jay Elect reactivated his Instagram account with a message-driven UFO pic.
— JustListenHipHop (@sohh) October 8, 2018
Back in mid-September, Jay Elect pulled the plug on each his Twitter and Instagram pages after firing off some disses towards rap star Eminem.
Jay Electronica is not on Twitter. His disappearance follows a pair of barbed tweets geared toward Eminem final Friday (September 14). In the tweets, Jay had criticized Em’s “Killshot” lyrics, which allude to the unfounded rumor that Diddy ordered Tupac’s dying. An Instagram account related to Jay has additionally been deleted. (Pitchfork)
The identical week, Jay Elect shook up social media after threatening Em for going at music mogul Diddy on his “Killshot” battle file.
— JustListenHipHop (@sohh) September 14, 2018
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With Em’s “Killshot,” he makes a direct reference to Diddy having late rap mogul 2Pac murdered.
“Killshot, I cannot fail, I’m with the Doc nonetheless/But this fool’s boss pops tablets and tells him he’s acquired expertise/But, Kells, the day you set out successful’s the day Diddy admits/That he put the hit out that acquired Pac killed” (“Killshot”)freestar.queue.push(perform () );