Jay-Z and Kanye West Take a Milwaukee Sawzall to a Maybach with Mixed Results

jayz kanyewest maybach milwaukee otis Jay Z and Kanye West Take a Milwaukee Sawzall to a Maybach with Mixed Results
For tool geeks it was cool to see the ubiquitous Milwaukee Sawzall make an appearance in the latest video from Jay-Z and Kanye West, Otis. The opener is ominous with both rappers walking towards a new Maybach, Kanye with a cutoff saw and Jay-Z with a torch. 20 seconds in and you see the Sawzall doing work.
The rest of the video isn’t much and you’d think they would come up with a better modification on that Maybach. The Aziz Ansari cameo was a nice touch. He’s street.

  • Allison

    This is amazing. We have an old house that isn’t that bad, but needs brick work. Major investment, but worth it in the end. Here’s more on that:

    http://www.oldhouseweb.com/how-to-advice/how-to-repoint-old-stone-and-brick-walls.shtml

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  • Chris

    at 1:00, see “Repointing Mortar Joints in Historic Masonry Buildings” preservation brief 2 national park service

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