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Jay-Z comments on buying and selling his portion of the Brooklyn Nets in his new song titled “Open Letter,” released Thursday April 11. The business side of Hov assures the haters that he’s making a smart financial move and though he’s leaving the team he helped brand - Jay implies his allegiance still stands with the Nets; he’s keeping his seat.
According to the lyrics:
Would’ve brought the Nets to Brooklyn for free
Except I made millions off it, you f—–’ dweeb
I still own the building, I’m still keeping my seat
Y’all buy that bullsh-t, you’d better keep your receipt
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A report says Kris Humphries knew his marriage to Kim Kardashian was a sham, which would go against his whole annulment argument.
Reggie Evans has been missing recently from the starting lineup announcements, choosing to continue his solo pregame ritual in the locker room. While he does his thing in the back, Andray Blatche has stepped up to assist his teammate and runs out when Evans’ name is called during intros (Video).
According to Stefan Bondy, New York Daily News:
Reggie Evans was again nowhere to...
Shawn Carter (a.k.a. Jay-Z) is cutting his ties with the Brooklyn Nets to dive deeper into the world of sports.
According to Yahoo Sports, Carter is expanding his Roc Nation brand to include the representation of NBA players.
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