Jay-Z partnership is perfect cover for NFL’s ‘social justice’ pandering

New York Post | 8/15/2019 | Staff
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We hold this truth to be self-evident that with our nation in decay from an abandonment of common sense and the unwillingness of media to tell plain, indisputable truths, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell stands out for his transparently pandering, bad-is-good leadership.

This week, the NFL, with its $42 million-per man at the wheel, committed another act of putting up while shutting up. It named Jay-Z and his entertainment/rep company Roc Nation to “enhance the NFL’s live game experiences and to amplify the league’s social justice efforts.” Jay-Z also will contribute to and supervise Super Bowl halftime acts.

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Of course, having named the fabulously wealthy and popular rapper its “social justice” monitor, no one from the NFL — certainly not Goodell — would dare read the lyrics of the scores of numbers that have brought Jay-Z his fame, fortune and, now, NFL-assigned social justice muscle.

They can’t. Jay-Z’s work is anathema not just to social justice but minimal common decency. In fact, his “artistry” profits from, promotes and perpetuates every negative, values-twisted stereotype of urban black male life.

Songs - Caution - Protest - Hope - Jay-Z

His are seldom songs of caution, protest or hope. Quite the contrary. But you name it, Jay-Z has cashed in on it.

He, more than most, has helped re-resurrect the N-word into African-Americana, so much so that broken-spirited black urban teachers can’t prevent 11-year-old black boys from calling one another n—-s while calling 11-year-old black girls the worst of sexually vulgar terms.

Jay-Z - NFL - Face - Justice - Years

Jay-Z, now assigned as the NFL’s face of social justice, has for years sexually objectified young women in the lowest of expressions. While episodes of domestic abuse among NFL players remain high, both the NFL and Jay-Z will now have to ignore his commercial contributions to the boast-filled, self-entitled sexual use and abuse of women.

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