Forbes released their list of the five richest artists in hip-hop. Imaginatively titled “The Forbes Five,” we’re told that Hammer, Vanilla Ice, and Brian Austin Green have all the money in (and pretty much out of) hip-hop. I kid. It’s Dre, Diddy, Drake and Marshall Mathers. But the guy with ALL the riches in the world (meaning he’s married to universal majestrix messiah empress Beyonce) is Jay-Z. Mr. Shawn Carter has ALL the money. You could probably tell by his bar tab.
Page Six says that Jay-Z spent Sunday night celebrating the birthday of his friend Juan “OG” Perez by hopping from bar to bar and picking up the tab. But because Jay-Z is a rich person, it shouldn’t surprise you that his version of boozing with his friends is a little more expensive than what the rest of us are used to.
Now that Beyoncé and Jay-Z don’t step foot in an elevator without vetting who is working the security shift lest shit get out (again), we have to closely examine photos of Solange Knowles in copies of InTouch at the dentist’s office to determine if she’s wearing the expression of someone who whooped some ass defending her sister’s honor. Luckily, Bey and Jay appear to have befriended Tiffany Haddish, who has no problem blabbing to the world. On an episode of TV One’s Uncensored, Tiffany talked about what went down when some Hollywood floozy tried to mack on Jay the night she met Beyoncé.
Is it wrong to stan for a child president? Because after last night’s Grammy Awards, little Blue Ivy Carter gave us “that moment” and I don’t know about you, but I got the vapors and gasped “she’s running”. If you missed it, that moment was when Blue Ivy did the lord’s work and told her parents Beyoncé and Jay-Z they was doing too much. #BlueIvy2020.
I wish Jay-Z and Beyonce would just shut up the hell up about their marriage. OK. We get it, Jigga. Your dick purchased a ticket to the OPP Express while Beyonce was at home cutting up lemons for all of the tea she was about to spill. Then after everyone drank from the blessed mother’s golden chalice you showed up right on time with 4:44 to tell your side of the story. That should be it right? NOPE! Jay-Z added another leg to his apology tour just in time for tonight’s Grammys by showing up on the first episode of CNN’s The Van Jones Show yesterday to explain why he and Bey chose to stick it out.
Even though Jay-Z thought his $19.99/month version of Spotify would be the go-to platform for music and sound snobs everywhere, most people viewed it as a pain in the ass that drove people to re-download Kazaa in order to get a new Beyoncé album, since it kept all the good shit to itself. That mindset has apparently driven it to the poor house, since Tidal is allegedly months away from going bust. Continue reading