Jay-Z’s Awkward Kanye West Reunion Photo Sparks Hilarious Memes
A perfectly-timed photo captures an awkward-looking Jay-Z looking perturbed as Diddy greets Kanye with Pharrell alongside him as well. Though other photos show that 'Ye and Hov clearly had no animosity toward one another, it didn't stop the internet from doing what it does best—making memes!
The King of Trolling himself, 50 Cent, shared the photo on his Instagram on Monday (Dec. 16), with writing on it that read, "This is exactly why I ask, 'Who all gonna be over there??'"
"Man this is funny shit #lecheminduroi #bransoncognac #starzgettheapp," 50 captioned it.
Fans were having a field day with the photo on Twitter as well.
"This looks like when you have had an argument with your sibling and your mom forces you to take a picture and she'll whoop your ass for making her look a fool at her mother in laws," one woman wrote.
As previously reported, Jay and 'Ye were spotted together for the first time in over three years at Diddy's party over the weekend. The Watch the Throne duo's issues have been well documented over the years, beginning with 'Ye calling Hov out during a 2016 Saint Pablo tour stop.
"Jay-Z, call me bruh. You still ain't call me," Kanye said on stage at the time. "Jay-Z, I know you got killers. Please don't send 'em at my head. Just call me. Talk to me like a man."
“You gave him $20 million without blinkin’/He gave you 20 minutes on stage, fuck was he thinkin’?" Jay rapped. "Fuck wrong with everybody is what you sayin’/But if everybody’s crazy, you’re the one that’s insane.”
Despite all of that, Jay and Kanye haven't had any documented beef in at least two years. In fact, TMZ reports that the two handled their Tidal lawsuit earlier and have even been working together on the business end. The site also reports that the two have run into each other more than once in the last year and they've been on good terms every time.
You can view more hilarious reactions to Kanye and Jay's awkward photo for yourself below.
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