Tomi Lahren Attempts To Insult Jay-Z By Reminding Us He Was A ‘Former Crack Dealer’ Before Making ‘The Blueprint,’ Marrying An Icon, And Becoming A Billionaire

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The planet’s premiere pot stirrer is making salt soup once again, and it’s only a matter of time before The Game calls her a “c** gargling, microwaved carrot skinned, 90 year old white man body havin sl*t.”

His words, not mine. And I don’t know if we should throw him in jail for them or give him a Pulitzer.

Tammy has dusted off and sharpened up her Stand For The National Anthem take and has aimed the arrow in the direction of Jay-Z and Beyonce, who didn’t stand for the National Anthem but did this weird swaying thing like they’re on the toilet trying to encourage a poop.

As we know , Tomi would implore Stephen Hawking to stand for the anthem to earn those plentiful post-Super Bowl clicks, and here’s the evidence to prove it.

How are you going to call this man a crack dealer and not mean it as a compliment? Shawn Corey Carter went from selling drugs outside the Marcy Projects to marrying Beyonce and standing next to Warren Buffet on the cover of Forbes 400 Richest edition. Shawn Corey Carter invented Jay-Z.

Tomi: “Hey loser you grew up dirt poor with low expectations and no opportunity and then created The Blueprint and became a billionaire. Fucking crackhead. Boom roasted.”

The internet is a dark, unforgiving place….

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Tomi then calls Jay-Z and Beyonce “despicable” because she prefers to have a latino slur embedded into her insults when possible.

Everybody knows a couple tweets isn’t enough to POP in this social landscape. You gotta do the Way More Angry Than Any Reasonable Person Would Be schtick on camera so people know that you mean business and can see you’re still hot.

Maybe if I tell Tomi I’m mad she’ll respond to my DM.

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Matt’s love of writing was born during a sixth grade assembly when it was announced that his essay titled “Why Drugs Are Bad” had taken first prize in D.A.R.E.’s grade-wide contest. The anti-drug people gave him a $50 savings bond for his brave contribution to crime-fighting, and upon the bond’s maturity 10 years later, he used it to buy his very first bag of marijuana.