He's amazing, not a Mason, says Jay-Z in his latest song with rapper Rick Ross. The reigning king of hip hop is hitting back at the widespread urban legend that he is part of a devil-worshipping secret society of Freemasons., reports MTV News... Here's what you had to say: Hum commented: "The video is about art. If he had naked [women] all over people would be complaining. So, I assume he knows that all this comes with the territory. A mason is not a devil worshiper." Anonymous wrote: "Don't be blinded by the facade of money and a good life. You must look at the lyrics, understand exactly the purpose of Free Masonry, and understand the Bible."

Essence.com
Jul, 11, 2010

jay-z-illuminati.jpg He's a amazing, not a Mason, says Jay-Z in his latest song with rapper Rick Ross. The reigning king of hip hop moguldom is hitting back at the widespread urban legend that he is part of a devil-worshipping secret society of Freemasons., reports MTV News. Jay addresses the rumors on "Free Masons," a collaboration with Ross. "If y'all n---as fear me, just say y'all fear me," raps Jay. "F--- all these fairy tales/ Go to hell, this is God engineering/ ... I said I was amazing/ Not that I'm a Mason .../ I'm on my third six, but a devil I'm not. ..." The rapper was equally forthcoming about the rumors during an interview with a New York radio station. "I got a lot of money," he told Power 105.1 radio host Ed Lover earlier this year. "When people get a lot of money, they start getting those rumors, like Tom Cruise, Willie Smith. That's ridiculous."