Jay Z Lets 12-Year-Old Fan Perform "Clique" Lyrics On Stage
Jay Z tells a 12-year-old that he can meet him backstage after the fan performs his "Clique" verse at his concert.
Jay Z allowed a 12-year-old fan to perform his "Clique" verse during a concert Sunday (January 5).
According to TMZ, Jay Z found the young fan with a "Can I rap for you?" sign in the crowd of his "Magna Carter World Tour" during the Greensboro, North Carolina stop.
"Not the drug dealing part," Jay Z says. "Go back to the numbers."
The "drug dealing part" refers to the following line from the selection.
"G.O.O.D. Music drug-dealing cousin," Jay Z raps on the track. "Ain't nothing fuckin' with we."
The young fan continues rapping the verse and avoids using curse words, replacing expletives during the performance.
Jay Z embraces the fan after the performance and agrees to meet him backstage.
"After all of that, he said, 'Can I meet you backstage?' Yes," Jay Z says. "I've got something for you too."
Earlier today (January 6), it was reported that Jay Z earned more than $1 million for his Shawn Carter Foundation through sales of his Barneys New York collection and partnership.