Last week, one-time NFL critic JAY-Z announced that he had signed on to be the league’s new “live music and social justice consultant,” an appointment that has… ruffled some feathers, to say the least. Most critics of the partnership have voiced disapproval at the fact that JAY-Z has previously supported
JAY-Z‘s recently announced live music and social justice partnership with the NFL has come under criticism thanks to the rapper’s previous support for Colin Kaepernick, the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback who remains blackballed by the football league. Further scrutiny of JAY-Z’s decision came from Brian Michael Cox and Funkmaster
Click here to read the full article. UPDATED: If anyone expected the drama surrounding Jay-Z’s deal with the NFL to calm down over the weekend, they were mistaken, as controversy and conversation continued to swirl. The situation grew even more intense late Friday when TMZ reported that Jay is looking
Getty Composite Jay-Z may think folks are ready to move on from Colin Kaepernick‘s kneeling protest — but Kap says otherwise … shouting out players who continue his movement to this day. The former 49ers quarterback posted a photo Sunday that appeared to be taking a swipe at something Jay
Cardi B is sharing her support for JAY-Z’s NFL deal. Earlier this week, Roc Nation announced a music and social justice partnership with the league. As the NFL’s “live music entertainment strategist,” JAY-Z will consult on entertainment, including the Super Bowl halftime show, and contribute to the league’s social-justice program,
Play video content Exclusive TMZ.com Cardi B made something clear Saturday night — at least to us — she’s becoming the voice of her generation. We got Cardi leaving the Bryant Park Hotel after a night of celebrating Jason Lee‘s birthday with Wendy Williams, and boy, she did not disappoint.