Harvey Weinstein has attempted to excuse his recently alleged behavior in the most pathetic of ways.
As if Hip-Hop didn’t already get a bad rep, Weinstein released a response to the New York Times attempting to quote lyric JAY Z’s latest album 4:44.
Weinstein stated he could best relate his situation to the likes of a rather unrecognizable verse:
“I’m not the man I thought I was and I better be that man for my children.”
The closest JAY Z has come to even slightly close to reciting anything of this matter is on the song 4:44, which was intended to be an open apology to his wife. Quite unusual that Weinstein would even think to make an attempt to relate such a song to his actions of unwelcome sexual allegations. He’s a 65 year old man, acting much more like a kid looking for an Instagram caption to express how they feel.