July 01, 2008 04:19:09 GMT
The rappers stated to the press that he doesn't want the British singer and Kanye to get into a war and plans to get them together to finish all the problems between the two musicians.
Following the latest reports about Amy Winehouse diss on Kanye West at the Glastonbury Festival, one of the festival's headliners Jay-Z has offered a solution for the two musicians. Speaking to MTV Base, Jay stated that he doesn't agree with Amy's saying and plans to hook them up so there won't be any feud between them.
Shouting out his defense on Kanye, Jay-Z said, "She said something about Kanye late on [in her set] but I didn't hear it. I don't agree with it. He's my brother and the biggest artist on Roc-A-Fella right now." He then said about his peace solution for them saying, "I guess I should hook them up, because he's a great guy, too. I don't know what the problem is. I don't know where that came from."
Beside speaking about Amy and Kanye's dispute, in the interview the rapper also revealed some things about his excellent Glastonbury performances, specially the reason he played Oasis' "Wonderwall" to open his gig. Explaining about the reason he played the British rockers' hit track, Jay-Z said, "That's my sense of humor. I have a sense of humor like a Brit, so I thought people would appreciate that. Noel Gallagher was one of the biggest detractors, so I figured that was a cool way to start the show."
Moreover, the rapper also said that he wasn't angry with Noel's previous comment who said that it would be wrong if Jay-Z was picked to headline the Glastonbury. "It didn't make me angry because I don't know him. What people say about you is none of your business," Jay said.
On the last note, Jay-Z also expressed his happiness on performing at the festival saying, "It went amazing. It was a historic night for Glastonbury and for myself. It's the first time a hip-hop act had headlined. It was one of those nervous moments right before I went on, and I haven't had that feeling in a long time. In front of [100,000] people, it was this great thing."