On the album, The Lion King: The Gift, the U.S. singer seems to insinuate that her "baby father" has a roots in Rwanda in the song titled, Mood 4 Eva. While Jay-Z or Beyonce are yet to provide more details on the bloodline story, many Rwandans on social media have taken it upon themselves to "Rwandanise" the rapper with some going as far as claiming that they could be lost relatives.
'Jay Z Is Rwandan' - Social Media Explodes After Beyonce's Lyrics
New Times, 21 July 2019
Whether it was just a random rhyme, or it is actually true that American rapper Jay Z could have roots in the land of thousand hills, life will never be the same again on Rwandan… Read more »
Jay Z is Rwandan; social media explodes after Beyonce's lyrics.
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Buffalo Souljah Calls for Continent to Boycott Lion King
263Chat, 19 July 2019
South Africa based Dancehall chanter Buffalo Souljah is lobbying Africans to boycott Disney's remade Lion King in a desperate bid to bring to the attention of the movie producers… Read more »
The Lion King: The Gift is due out on July 19 - same as the movie - and features a dream list of African artists... Read more »
Beyonce featured a number of African artists on her Lion King album, but despite the good news, not everyone seems happy. Kenyan singer Victoria Kimani has said "as much as we ce Read more »
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