Lupe Fiasco Details His Gripes With 'Jewish' Record Executives & Lawyers

By HHL Editors

The lyrics to Lupe Fiasco's latest and possibly last track have gotten him accused of antisemitism.

“Artist gettin’ robbed for their publishing / By dirty Jewish execs that think his alms from the covenant," Lupe raps on N.E.R.D.
After getting called out for singling out Jewish execs by both the blogs and the Anti-Defamation League, Lupe decided to quit the industry.

But he hasn't quit Twitter, and this afternoon he jumped on social media and detailed how he believes Jewish record executives Lyor Cohen, then the CEO of Warner, and Craig Kallman, then CEO of Atlantic, wronged him. He also threw in a nameless Jewish lawyer for good measure.

Lupe's still going, so you can check his page to see what he's onto.

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