Jay-Z and Kanye West Plan Face-to-Face Meeting to Settle Tidal Dispute


Jay-Z and Kanye West Plan Face-to-Face Meeting to Settle Tidal Dispute


Rumor has it, the two rappers will meet to discuss the multi-million dispute and their beef, which was sparked by Kanye's concert rant last year.
Jay-Z and Kanye West are reportedly ready to bury the hatchet. According to TMZ, the music mogul and the "Fade" rapper will meet face-to-face to squash their highly-publicized feud after their lawyers failed to settle the $3.5 million dispute Kanye has against Jay-Z's streaming company Tidal.

A source told the outlet, "The Generals [Kanye and Jay] have to meet face-to-face. When that happens, the resolving the money dispute is a piece of cake." As previously reported, Kanye planned to leave Tidal because the company allegedly owed him a bonus worth more than $3 million for bringing 1.5 million new subscribers following the release of "The Life of Pablo" back in 2016.

While money is probably not a big issue for Jigga and Kanye, their hard feelings for one another certainly make it hard to settle the dispute. In a recent interview, the husband of Beyonce Knowles revealed that Kanye's concert rant aimed at Bey and his kid Blue Ivy sparked their beef.

"It's not even about Kanye, it really isn't," Jigga explained. "His name is there, just because it's just the truth of what happened. But the whole point is 'You got hurt because this person was talking about you on a stage.' But what really hurt me was, you can't bring my kids and my wife into it."

He added, "Kanye's my little brother. He's talked about me 100 times. He made a song called 'Big Brother'. We've gotten past bigger issues, but you brought my family into it, now it's a problem with me. That's a real, real problem. And he knows it's a problem."

"Don't talk about anyone's kid onstage," the rapper stressed. "It's too much energy. You give room for anybody to comment. Our children are already in this place where they are affected by our celebrity. Don't go doing something that allows people to pit us against each other and talk about my child or even his child. Don't do that." Jigga then noted that "it requires a real conversation and we'll have it. We'll have it soon. I'm sure we'll have it."


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