First the NSA, now Jay-Z, who will be spying on me next?
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In “Jay’s Back ASAP,” a song on a 2010 mixtape called “Creative Control,” Jay-Z was indignant about phone surveillance and bribing witnesses: “They tap, them feds don’t play fair/They pay rats to say that they’re part of your operation,” he rapped. But to market his new album, “Magna Carta ... Holy Grail,” he didn’t exactly stand on principle. Jay-Z Is Watching, and He Knows Your Friendshttp://zite.to/14RpPmE