2013 is creeping to a close. While we experienced an immense amount of Hip-Hop struggle this year, there were some highlights that we can look back to that actually moved the culture forward.
Even as a newly licensed agent, Jay Z is out for big presidents to represent him and his client, Robinson Cano.
Although he cancelled his Barneys New York shindig, Jay Z is still about his business. The Hip-Hop mogul recently attended a sit-down dinner alongside Robinson Cano’s agents as they met with representatives for the New York Mets to discuss restructuring the All-Star second baseman’s contract.
The Major League Baseball Players Association is trying to catch Jay Z on his worst behavior. Reportedly, the MLBPA is investigating whether or not a pricey birthday gift Hova gave Robinson Cano broke their rules.
Robinson Cano keeps elite company. Yesterday (Oct. 22), tThe New York Yankees second baseman, and Roc Nation Sports’ first client, celebrated his 31st birthday in Belgium with Jay Z and received a $34,ooo Hublot watch as a gift for his born day.
Jay Z crossing paths with renowned MLB agent Scott Boras would be awkward since Hova stole his client, Robinson Cano, then rapped about it. It seems like that’s just what happened at Dodger’s Stadium on Tuesday (July 30).
Jay-Z isn’t business man, he’s a…you know how that ends. Having proved this time and time again, does today’s announcement that the Brookylyn rapper/mogul is opening a sports representation agency called Roc Nation Sports truly surprise you?