The White House Explicitly Responds To Jay-Z ‘Open Letter’ Song
The internet and the world have been buzzing over the 'Open Letter' Jay-Z released this morning addressing his trip to Cuba, selling his share in the Brooklyn Nets, and everything else. Well, it didn't take long for the government to address his open letter.
White House Press Secretary Jay Carvey addressed the media about Jigga Man's song. In the song, Jigga implies he spoke with Obama about the Cuba trip. Jigga says Obama told him to chill or he would get impeached. Carvey refutes that claim.
"I am absolutely saying that the White House, from the President on down, had nothing to do with anybody's travel to Cuba. That is something the Treasury handles. OFAC, Treasury, these are tough words to rhyme.
Jay Carvey sets the record straights and let's the world know the White House doesn't give clearance to Cuba.
"I guess nothing rhymes with 'Treasury.' Because Treasury offers and gives licenses for travel as you know, and the White House has nothing to do with it."
It looks as if Jay-Z has taken advantage of the attention he and his wife have received over their wedding anniversary trip to Cuba. I think it is great publicity for Jigga to add to his urban legend as being unstoppable.
LISTEN TO JAY-Z 'OPEN LETTER' WHICH ADDRESS ALL HIS RECENT CONTROVERSY