Singer Beyonce says she rode her bike to the Barclays center for the final concert of her 3-night stand at the home of the Brooklyn Nets in Brooklyn on Monday.
The 31-year-old mother-of-1 wrote “I biked to Barclays for my last show in Brooklyn!” If we’re to believe Beyonce, she supposedly biked the grueling 3-mile trip from her home, through congested streets and across the Brooklyn bridge to the Barclays Center.
Beyonce’s husband, aging rapper Jay Z, 44, strolled onstage to steal her spotlight as she sang “Bow Down”. Then Beyonce sang background for Jay as he rapped his single “Tom Ford” before kissing him on the cheek. The couple slow danced near the side of the stage then Jay Z waved goodbye.
Beyonce is apparently ignoring the latest round of allegations against her husband for cheating with women who look suspiciously like Bey.
It must be hard being Jay Z these days. The “Brooklyn Go Hard” rapper is struggling to stay relevant while his wife, Beyonce, hogs the spotlight.
Today’s headlines are about Jay Z selling his paltry percentage of the Brooklyn Nets so he can concentrate on his sports management company, Roc Nation Sports.
Brooklyn Nets players were caught off guard when their coach, Avery Johnson, was fired today. The move came one day after the Milwaukee Bucks defeated the Nets 108-93. The loss dropped the Nets (14-14) to .500 for the season. Rapper Jay Z is a minority owner of the Brooklyn Nets. The success or failure of the team rests on Jay Z’s shoulders.
Rap mogul Jay Z, 42, patiently explained the difference between a free throw (in basketball) and a free kick (in soccer) to his clueless wife Beyonce. The singer looked so lost as she sat at court side with Michael Strahan, Nicole Murphy, and other celebrities for the much-anticipated match up between the thuggish NY Knicks and Jay Z’s Brooklyn Nets at the new Barclays Center in Brooklyn on Monday. Jay Z’s Nets won the showdown by a score of 96-89. The Jigga owns a miniscule percentage of the former NJ Nets, which gives him bragging rights over other NY area rappers.
Beyonce and Jay Z attended the 1st game of the Brooklyn Nets 1st season at the new Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY on Saturday. The former NJ Nets defeated the Toronto Raptors 107-100 in the team’s season opener. Jay Z is the minority owner of the Brooklyn Nets — meaning the Barclays Center janitor probably owns more of the Nets than Jay Z does.
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