DeHaven Explains Why Jay-Z's Verse On Drake CLB Is Talking About Him Trying To Get Jay Z Murdered. DeHaven confirms that Jay Z's verse on CLB 'Love All' is about DeHaven trying to get Jay-Z murdered

When people heard Drake’s “Love All” song featuring Jay Z, rumors started to spread that he was talking about someone putting a hit on him. In a new video DeHaven confirmed that Jay Z’s verse on CLB is about DeHaven trying to get Jay-Z murdered, and explained why he was trying to off him.

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As a refresher these are the moments in Jay-Z’s Certified Lover Boy verse where he references DeHaven putting a hit on him.

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”N***** wanted to murder me and y’all still with ’em. N****, y’all chill with ’em, and y’all wonder why we not friends?

I’m public enemy. N***** wanted to murder me and y’all want me to be friendly. N***** want sympathy after they wanted to end me. Be those closest to it be the very ones that envy.

Now here is why DeHaven wanted Jay Z dead.

Skip to the 1:54 mark for Jay Z’s verse.

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The big question now is what did Jay-Z do to DeHaven while he was locked on Parole? He didn’t go into detail in the video, but maybe it is explained further in Marcy Made series available on Amazon. The fact that Jay Z’s CLB “Love All” verse is about DeHaven trying to murder him makes his words so much deeper.

All these years later Jay Z is one of the richest men in America, but it all could have changed if DeHaven got what he wanted back then.

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Author: JordanThrilla Staff

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