Jay and Bey’s On The Run Tour is in full swing after kicking off in Miami the other day, here’s some behind the scenes footage from their rehearsal sessions.
Disclosure dig up P’s decade old single and give it a re-work.
Dame Dash comments on the Jay-Z vs. Solange scuffle. He says he thought it was hilarious but, all things considered, he feels like Jay handled it well. He goes on to say that he loves all of the memes that popped up after the news broke and promises that if him and Jay were still hanging out like back in the day, Dame would’ve roasted him over it.
On Saturday night, SNL had some fun with the Jay-Z/Solange elevator brawl during their cold open. With Jay Pharoah, Sasheer Zamata and Maya Rudolph portraying Jay, Solange and Bey respectively, the pair tell their side of the story and play the infamous elevator footage with audio.
2 Chainz also popped up for a “Blizzard Man” skit with host Andy Samberg, check that out below.
NIGGA THIS HOUSTON.
Previously: Watch Solange try to Fight Jay-Z in an Elevator
Here’s some surveillance footage of Jay, Bey, her sister Solange and a bodyguard getting on an elevator at the Met Gala in NYC last week. Seconds after the doors close, Solange lunges at Jay and connects with a couple of swings. The bodyguard grabs her and words are exchanged, then she kicks him from across the elevator. The whole time Bey just stands there watching. What the hell was that about? If only this had audio!
UPDATED with an extended version of the video below which includes extra blows from Solange.
UPDATED: The Standard Hotel, where the scuffle took place, issued the following statement to The Grio:
“We are shocked and disappointed that there was a clear breach of our security system and the confidentiality that we count on providing our guests. We are investigating with the utmost urgency the circumstances surrounding the situation and, as is our customary practice, will discipline and prosecute the individuals involved to our fullest capacity.”
And finally: Beyonce, Jay Z, Solange moving past attack video
Brooklyn street legend, hustler and stickup man Calvin Klein Bacote sits down with Jack Thriller for Thisis50. He speaks on getting his name from the real 50 Cent, his legendary gun game, robbing rappers back in the day, his relationship with DJ Clark Kent, the time King Tut robbed his own mother’s church and the time him and his man robbed the whole F train.
In part 2 below, he talks about how Jay-Z used to hustle for him and how he was one of the first people to reach out to him after he came home from prison in 2004. He also details how they later fell out over a business deal that Klein was trying to broker on Jay’s behalf.