Jay Z invites 12-year-old fan to rap onstage at concert

A 12-year-old boy's dream came true when rapper Jay Z invited him on the stage to rap at his concert in North Carolina.

The kid, Justin, got the opportunity after Jay Z spotted him in the crowd holding up a sign that read, "Can I rap for you?" at the 'Marga Carter' tour to Greensboro, North Carolina, reported Ace Showbiz.

then asked Justin to join him and handed him the microphone. The boy was visibly nervous before he rapped Jay Z's 'Clique'.

The 44-year-old rapper even mentored him in front of the crowd-packed stadium in another of his songs, telling him to skip the "the drug dealing part" of the track.

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Jay Z invites 12-year-old fan to rap onstage at concert

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A 12-year-old boy's dream came true when rapper Jay Z invited him on the stage to rap at his concert in North Carolina.

The kid, Justin, got the opportunity after Jay Z spotted him in the crowd holding up a sign that read, "Can I rap for you?" at the 'Marga Carter' tour to Greensboro, North Carolina, reported Ace Showbiz.



then asked Justin to join him and handed him the microphone. The boy was visibly nervous before he rapped Jay Z's 'Clique'.

The 44-year-old rapper even mentored him in front of the crowd-packed stadium in another of his songs, telling him to skip the "the drug dealing part" of the track.

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Jay Z invites 12-year-old fan to rap onstage at concert

A 12-year-old boy's dream came true when rapper Jay Z invited him on the stage to rap at his concert in North Carolina. The kid, Justin, got the opportunity after Jay Z spotted him in the crowd holding up a sign that read, "Can I rap for you?" at the 'Marga Carter' tour to Greensboro, North Carolina, reported Ace Showbiz. Jay-Z then asked Justin to join him and handed him the microphone. The boy was visibly nervous before he rapped Jay Z's 'Clique'. The 44-year-old rapper even mentored him in front of the crowd-packed stadium in another of his songs, telling him to skip the "the drug dealing part" of the track. A 12-year-old boy's dream came true when rapper Jay Z invited him on the stage to rap at his concert in North Carolina.

The kid, Justin, got the opportunity after Jay Z spotted him in the crowd holding up a sign that read, "Can I rap for you?" at the 'Marga Carter' tour to Greensboro, North Carolina, reported Ace Showbiz.

then asked Justin to join him and handed him the microphone. The boy was visibly nervous before he rapped Jay Z's 'Clique'.

The 44-year-old rapper even mentored him in front of the crowd-packed stadium in another of his songs, telling him to skip the "the drug dealing part" of the track.
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