Jay-Z believes Trump is forcing people to address issues that were ignored.
Netflix's My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman introduced viewers to an astounding interview with former president Barack Obama. The series looks to follow up that groundbreaking piece by interviewing another man who has done a considerable amount for Black culture: Jay-Z. Netflix has been dropping snippets from the interview online for promotion these past few days, highlighting Jay's love for his daughter, and also focusing on the legendary rapper's revelation of his mother's love for another woman. Now, the streaming site has teased another moment in the interview that will surely give people an incentive to watch the Jay-Z's episode.
"I'm beginning to lose confidence in the Trump administration," starts Letterman in the new interview snippet. The crowd and Jay-Z both laugh, before the "Story of OJ" rapper states, "I think it's actually a great thing." Of course, Jay is not a big fan of the Trump Administration, he famously backed the Democratic Party for over a decade. He elaborates on his reasoning before anyone can take his words at face value. "I think that what he's forcing people to do is have a conversation, and band together and work together. You can't really address something that's not revealed."
Like always, Jay has a point. Check out the snippet below and watch the full interview when it drops on Netflix tomorrow (April 6).