Jay-Z is a man of few tweets. In fact, on June 17, Jay declared that he had reached his "yearly allotment" after making some bold declarations regarding his "#newrules." However, with his new album, Magna Carta Holy Grail, coming out tomorrow, Jay has decided to interact with the people today on Twitter.
He seems to be responding to general questions at this point, and is keeping his responses concise. One of the highlights was his response to being asked about his favorite cereal. It's Cap'N Crunch for those keeping score at home (although he hasn't eaten cereal "in a bit"). Check out some of the tweets below, and follow @S_C_ on Twitter to see his currently very active timeline.
RT @wGruger [Streets is Watching..was going to put "tweets is watching" figured that would be like Magna "Carter" too obvi]— Mr. Carter (@S_C_) July 8, 2013
RT @michaelhayes [140 characters in these streets]— Mr. Carter (@S_C_) July 8, 2013
@Aqua174 yeah, so is lying about American history but, I def digress. *my laugh— Mr. Carter (@S_C_) July 8, 2013
UPDATE: As the afternoon continues to drag on, Jay-Z's fingers continue to hammer out 140-character responses on Twitter. Some important news items have come out as a result of this impromptu Q&A session.
First of all, Jay has now said that "Open Letter," the first song he released in the spring, will come out as in vinyl form, presented by Jack White. Secondly, he has decided to offer insight into the closing line of "Somewhereinamerica," where he says "Somewhere in America/Miley Cyrus is still twerking." According to Jay, he approves of the twerking. Finally, "Oceans" appears to be the oldest song off "Magna Carta Holy Grail," finished nearly two years ago.
RT @youngstacks92 You really think Miley Cyrus still twerking somewhere in America? [Black neighbor,and the daughter not seeing color] twerk— Mr. Carter (@S_C_) July 8, 2013
RT @youngstacks92 You really think Miley Cyrus still twerking somewhere in America? [ yes! she represents an old worlds worst nightmare]— Mr. Carter (@S_C_) July 8, 2013