Crack Dealer Jay-Z Using Delaware Courts to Push For Prison Reform In Mississippi

 Crack Dealer Jay-Z Using Delaware Courts to Push For Prison Reform In Mississippi

Ever wonder how your tax dollars are being spent?

Apparently, Jay-Z, a rapper who brags about “cookin’ coke in the kitchen back when Rodman was a Piston,” is apparently using Delaware’s court system to push his “social justice” agenda.

From Delaware News-Journal:

Lawyers for Centene Corp., an embattled prison healthcare company, suspect that rapper and businessman Jay-Z is using Delaware’s business court to push for reforms at Mississippi prisons. 

In arguments in Delaware Chancery Court Thursday, the attorneys said there is reason to believe that Shawn “Jay-Z” Carter is the silent financier behind a lawsuit to force their client to hand over internal documents about the provision of care in Mississippi prisons.

The case, which could turn Delaware’s normally dry business court into a forum for social justice during an upcoming September trial, is one of several legal offenses that seeks to draw attention to what critics call the “barbaric” state of prisons in the Gulf Coast state.

It’s difficult to take Jay-Z seriously as a warrior for “social justice,” considering his criminal history (about which he has made millions from bragging in his music).

Now, apparently Delaware taxpayers have to foot the bill for his recently-discovered moral compass. It’s an obvious abuse of our justice system.

Just one more reason why rap “music” should be nuked from orbit.

Randal Graves

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