Jay-Z had a rare but rewarding Twitter chat yesterday to answer questions about his most recent opus, 'Magna Carta Holy Grail.' Not too surprisingly, a lot of those questions centered around his Miley Cyrus shoutout in 'Somewhere in America' -- something that made Cyrus, who insists that she listens to "hood music," really proud.

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'Cause somewhere in America / Miley Cyrus is still twerkin’, ha! / Twerk, twerk, twerk, twerk / Twerk, Miley, Miley, twerk / Twerk, Twerk, Miley, Miley, Miley, twerk / Twerk, yeah, uh-huh / Twerk, Miley, Miley, Miley / Only in America," broke his Twitter silence to chat about his new record, and, of course, everyone's favorite
Lil' Kim reincarnation.

For the uninitiated, Jigga is essentially saying that the fair-skinned Cyrus would scare the living daylights out of prior generations because of her cultural appropriation of hip-hop -- which is stereotypically looped in with "hood" behavior and, well, blackness. Simply put: Would your white grandparents in Mississippi appreciate you twerking alongside Lil Twist? No? Same idea.

Other theories speculate that Cyrus represents white girls -- and "white girls," which is slang for cocaine. Considering her latest hit, 'We Can't Stop' (which, in fairness, she didn't write) boasts of "trying to get a line in the bathroom," nothing would shock us.

Cyrus, either adorably oblivious or just floating along a river in Egypt, was defiant and proud of her new street cred.

Other subjects Hov touched upon in his chat?

Fulfilling fans' needs:

The gentrification of his hometown of Brooklyn, N.Y.:

His favorite films:

He's culturally sensitive/knows how to make an umlaut:

His struggle:

His life advice:

And promises of things to come:

We were, however, bummed that he didn't respond to our questions -- but maybe next time:

So yeah, Miley, we're a little jealous that you got a shoutout and a tweet. But that doesn't mean you have a badonkadonk or twerking skills, so please, take several seats.