Sharing how it pains him that Jay didn't stop by to check on him and his family following Kim Kardashian's terrifying incident in Paris and exclaiming that their children have "never even played together," West opened a can of worms, with people wondering what happened to one of hip-hop's most famous friendships.
While 'Ye is ranting on stage, Hov has his eyes on his business, as per usual, especially considering how while all of this was transpiring, the elder member behind Watch the Throne made history.
As reported, Jay Z is now the first rapper to ever be nominated to be inducted into the Songwriter's Hall of Fame's Class of 2017.
Artists become eligible after working in the music industry for 20 years, with this year's nominees including Madonna, Bryan Adams, Kool & the Gang and more.
Jay Z's debut album, Reasonable Doubt, was released in 1996, and in the decades that followed, he's written songs for artists such as Beyoncé, Missy Elliott and West, as well as racking up an impressive collection of 21 Grammy awards. Following the voting process, those selected will be inducted in a ceremony taking place in New York on June 15.
Congrats to Jay Z on this history-making nomination!
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