Celebrate and dance with joy! After weeks of throwing rocks at the throne and become the latest has-been laughingstock of Hip-Hop, MC Hammer has smartened up and decided to cease-and-desist all anti-Jigga operations after only a week of madness.
“As a responsible veteran of twenty something years of this [Hip-Hop]. I can’t leave it out there with tensions,” MC Hammer told AllHipHop.com exclusively. “I am reading comments on both sides, it’s not about that, I have seen all of that before. There is an opportunity to say at some point. We onto the next thing. You know, Jay took his shot and I answered. Now let’s move on. “7 Days is enough. I’m Accepting Jay Z at his “Word” and moving on. I made my point. #KingHammer,” he tweeted. Jay-Z denied that he was dissing Hammer in recent interviews, stating he was only being lyrical on the Kanye West track “So Appalled.”
Of the Jay-Z beef, while it is over, Hammer said that he simply wanted to make sure Hip-Hop was educated on who his is now, not only from the late 80’s and a 90’s.
“I already know that this [beef] was going to go down like this. I know the Hip Hop audience. Ain’t nobody more aware than me,” he concluded.
So…if Jay-Z was the devil and God created heaven and earth in seven days, does MC Hammer think he’s…oh nevermind. The moral of the story is, there is none. Props to Hammer for inspiring “9 Lyrics That Pissed Off Rappers For No Reason” and creating the first ever diss video with synchronized dancing.