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Jay Electronica ended nearly ten years of false starts to finally deliver his debut album earlier this week.

A Written Testimony, which heavily features JAY-Z, was met with fairly positive reviews and praised for his high level lyricism. On Saturday, Jay E thanked his fans for supporting him.

https://t.co/V025urTm0y Sleep Well. 🤲🏿 #AWrittenTestimony The sincerest thank you to everyone who has and is supporting me. May Allah bless us all. #APIDTA

— J A Y E L E C T R O N I C A (@JayElectronica) March 15, 2020

But here is where things start to get dicey. Electronica heard about Peter Rosenberg’s tweets from Friday, where he was offended by a line that uses “the synagogues of Satan.” Rosenberg was quoting Electronica's 2014 song “Better in Tune With the Infinite.” Electronica raps, “My feet might fail me, my heart might ail me/The synagogues of Satan might accuse or jail me.”

Ebro tried to let Rosenberg know the term was from the Bible, but Rosenberg said it was from the New Testament.

He later corrected himself on the lyric, referencing Jay's second mention of the Satan line on "Ghost of Soulja Slim." "And I bet you a Rothschild I get a bang for my dollar/The synagogue of Satan want me to hang by my collar," he raps.

Apologies I quoted the wrong song ... when I googled "Synagogue of Satan" -- I mistakenly assumed Jay only said it once... this is the second time ... the line this time is "The synagogue of Satan want me to hang by my collar" . lol my bad..songs dope besides that cringe though

— Peter Rosenberg (@Rosenbergradio) March 14, 2020

Electronica responded to all of this, saying he should take his issues with the writers of the New Testament.

"We sat down in an interview before and talked about my stance in these matters and it’s there for anyone to go pull up. we’re you offended then? then you quoted better in tune w the infinite which was released in 2014 so what #AWrittenTestimony made you go back and listen to BITWTI and you were retro offended? if you have a problem w the term Synagouge of Satan, don’t take it up w me, take it up w the writers of the New Testament. Don’t play w me Peter, i ain’t the one. and you know this. i come in peace and i go in peace. let’s keep it that way."

Well that's reassuring ... not all of us ... also I was referring to one of Jay's bars ... I don't find the intro with the Minister offensive actually https://t.co/xyMtYQWvLU

— Peter Rosenberg (@Rosenbergradio) March 14, 2020

We sat down in an interview before and talked about my stance in these matters and it’s there for anyone to go pull up. we’re you offended then? then you quoted better in tune w the infinite which was released in 2014

— J A Y E L E C T R O N I C A (@JayElectronica) March 15, 2020

so what #AWrittenTestimony made you go back and listen to BITWTI and you were retro offended? if you have a problem w the term Synagouge of Satan, don’t take it up w me, take it up w the writers of the New Testament. Don’t play w me Peter, i ain’t the one. and you know this.

— J A Y E L E C T R O N I C A (@JayElectronica) March 15, 2020

i come in peace and i go in peace. let’s keep it that way.

— J A Y E L E C T R O N I C A (@JayElectronica) March 15, 2020

Electronica continued tweeting, saying:

clout chasing us at an all time high. and for the record. I stand on every single word i said on this album. #AWrittenTestimony #ISaidWhatISaid and btw, @Rosenbergradio if you REALLY wanna get into it, we are willing to hold a discussion in a PUBLIC FORUM on The Synagogue of Satan and it’s meaning with any Scholars of Theology you would like to bring. until then. STFU

clout chasing us at an all time high.

— J A Y E L E C T R O N I C A (@JayElectronica) March 15, 2020

and for the record. I stand on every single word i said on this album. #AWrittenTestimony #ISaidWhatISaid

— J A Y E L E C T R O N I C A (@JayElectronica) March 15, 2020

and btw, @Rosenbergradio if you REALLY wanna get into it, we are willing to hold a discussion in a PUBLIC FORUM on The Synagogue of Satan and it’s meaning with any Scholars of Theology you would like to bring. until then. STFU

— J A Y E L E C T R O N I C A (@JayElectronica) March 15, 2020

@Rosenbergradio We gon seeeeeeeeeeeEEEEEEEEEEeeeeeeeeeeEEEEEeeeeEEEEeeeeeeee.#AWrittenTestimony

— J A Y E L E C T R O N I C A (@JayElectronica) March 15, 2020

Rosenberg responded by telling Electronica he has a public forum if they want to discuss the lyric in question. Jay looked like he was done talking, though.

I have a public forum everyday if you ever want to talk -- feel free ...

I am not the only good, supportive, hip hop loving person who was taken aback by some of these bars...happy to discuss it any time ..

— Peter Rosenberg (@Rosenbergradio) March 15, 2020

I 👏🏿 SAID 👏🏿 WHAT 👏🏿 I 👏🏿 SAID 👏🏿 #AWrittenTestimony

— J A Y E L E C T R O N I C A (@JayElectronica) March 15, 2020

Finally, he retweeted Meek Mill and gave him some words of encouragement. Maybe Jay does come in peace.

you are indeed a Selected Chose One. Almighty God ain’t done w you yet. You just getting started Beautiful Black King! May Allah continue to bless you. We see your growth and shine. Mashallah

— J A Y E L E C T R O N I C A (@JayElectronica) March 15, 2020