Brooklyn rapper Jay-Z has invested in a local restaurant that's known for its chicken wings.
Jay-Z teamed with his mother Gloria, his sister Andrea and his first cousin Jamar White to invest in a new eatery, known as Buffalo Boss.
Buffalo Boss, which also delivers to the local community, prides itself on its chicken being 100% organic chicken with no hormones and no trans-fat.
The restaurant opened in downtown Brooklyn, on bustling Fulton Street.
Jay-Z also owns the eco-friendly New York City club/ "gastro pub," The Spotted Pig, in addition to his famed sports bar franchise, the 40/40 Club.
I don't know about y'all but I could go for some wings right about now!!!
This article is from Allhiphop.com
Holly Mama... Jay-Z bought wife Beyonce $350,000 worth of Birkin bags from Hermes for Christmas. Of course, that is just a stocking stuffer when compared to the $20 million private island off of Florida he bought her in September and Beyonce bought her hubby Jay-Z a $2 million Bugatti Veyron for his 41st birthday. The starlet had to wait a full year after ordering the Grand Sport edition because of the precision and attention to detail the carmakers spend on the vehicle. The Veyron can reach 255 mph and accelerates from 0-60 in 2.5 seconds. Beyoncé, who reportedly earned a combined $90 million with Jay- Z last year, paid for the car in full.
From selling crack cocaine as a teenage hustler to becoming one of America's richest rappers, Jay-Z writes about his life, decodes his music and explains hip-hop culture in his literary debut "Decoded," which was released on Tuesday last week.
Decoded is not a proper autobiography.
It doesn't flow in a linear fashion, it doesn't tell the story of a young Shawn Carter growing up to become multimillionaire rapper/entrepreneur Jay-Z (well, sort of, but not exactly), or the details of his relationship with his wife Beyonce (in fact, she is mentioned in passing only once).
Decoded is a book about hip hop; about its place in history, in politics and in American pop culture, filtered through the lens of an artist who has become one of the genre's most iconic figures.
``Rap . . . is, at heart, an art form that gave voice to a specific experience,'' he concludes, ``but, like every art, is ultimately about the most common human experiences: joy, pain, fear, desire, uncertainty, hope, anger, love.''
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