Prince's Ex-Lawyer L. Londell McMillan Responds to JAY-Z's '4:44' Diss

Prince's Ex-Lawyer L. Londell McMillan Responds to JAY-Z's '4:44' Diss

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There were a number of targets on JAY-Z’s new album 4:44.

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One of the more interesting shots Hov sent, was one to L. Londell McMillan, Prince’s former lawyer. On the Frank Ocean-featured¬†“Caught Their Eyes,” JAY-Z raps:

“I sat down with Prince, eye to eye
He told me his wishes before he died
Now, Londell McMillan, he must be color blind
They only see green from them purple eyes
They eyes hide, they eyes high
My eyes wide shut to all the lies
These industry niggas, they always been fishy
But ain’t no Biggie, no lazy eye, huh
This guy had ‘Slave’ on his face
You think he wanted the masters with his masters?”

The lyrics came after the Prince estate sued TIDAL then allowed other streaming services like Spotify and Apple to access Prince’s catalog.

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Well a couple of days after the song was released, McMillan has responded to the burn. He went to Twitter and sent out this tweet:

Prince's Ex-Lawyer Responds to JAY-Z's '4:44' Diss

What makes this tweet even more interesting is the fact that McMillan deleted it soon after.

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