Simply A ‘Home Slave’ Who Ripped Me Off
… Says Rapper Jase Harley
2/12/2019 12:50 AM PST
Infantile Gambino is being known as a “home slave” by an artist who claims his personal tune was ripped off for Gambino’s newest Grammy-winning work. Warning … VERY scorching take forward.
Jase Harley defined to us Monday in NYC why he was upset with CG strolling away with four Grammys for his monster hit, “This Is America” — which took dwelling File of the Yr amongst different prime accolades throughout Sunday evening’s award present.
It is a bit robust to comply with Jase’s logic, however he apparently feels Gambino set black tradition again by not attending the present and talking on behalf of the racial points he raises within the tune … and, maybe most significantly, not acknowledging Jase as an inspiration.
This was a factor just a few months again when the tune first dropped — folks accused Gambino of ripping Jase off, ‘trigger ‘TIA’ sounds lots like Jase’s observe, “American Pharaoh.”
On the time, Jase seemed to be chill with the entire state of affairs … and even stated he was “extraordinarily humbled” that ‘Pharoah’ would possibly’ve served as an affect for Gambino.
Effectively, it seems to be like all that’s out the window now — ‘trigger Jase makes a really controversial analogy that invokes slavery.
Inform us how you actually really feel, man.