Jay Z and his music streaming app, Tidal, seem to be in hot water… again. The app, which launched about a year ago, was first met with backlash due to up-and-coming artists believing the service —
Beyoncé and Jay Z have shelled out the big bucks for “La Casa de Castille,” according to Variety. The mansion, located in the heart of the Garden District in New Orleans, is also a former church
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In May of 2014, the New York Daily News ran a story about New York Yankees’ third baseman Alex Rodriguez and his relationship to an alleged DEA informant named Desiree Perez. The report claimed Perez was advising Rodriguez in the Biogenesis case that ultimately resulted in Rodriguez being suspended for 162 games. The report also claimed Perez was “a Manhattan nightclub manager with a lengthy criminal record and close links to hip-hop mogul Jay Z,” and described her as having “a long and wild history as a DEA cooperating witness and then a fugitive.”
When Sway Calloway brought up the subject of his relationship with Jay Z, fellow Roc-A-Fella co-founder, Damon Dash, referenced the allegations of a relationship between Perez and Jay Z.
“This is the one time that the paper did scared me, and I was like…
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