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Jay-Z on Friendship With Kanye West: ‘That’s my Brother, We’re Beyond Friends’

By Reuters
09 April 2018   |   2:05 pm
Jay-Z on Friendship With Kanye West: ‘That's my Brother, We're Beyond Friends’ The Brooklyn-born rapper discussed his relationship with West on Netflix's latest episode of ‘My Next Guest Needs No Introduction’ with David Letterman.

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