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Jay-Z is rolling with the Balls. The basketball-playing brothers LaMelo, Lonzo and LiAngelo Ball are reportedly planning to sign with Roc Nation.
A former Roc Nation Sports boxer is suing Jay-Z over brain injuries he claims he suffered in the ring. Daniel Franco claims he took too many fights and it has cost him his health.
Jay-Z‘s fortunes have been well-documented, and it appears the Brooklyn mogul has no problem spreading the love. Over the weekend, Hov spent big to celebrate the birthday of Roc Nation Sports president Juan “OG” Perez to the tune of $91,000 and leaving the server a huge tip to boot.
Saquon Barkley, a standout tailback who electrified fans while Penn State, just declared himself for the 2018 NFL Draft. Barkley took to Instagram to sign with Jay-Z’s Roc Nation Sports group, sharing a photo of him and mogul standing side by side.
Notre Dame offensive lineman Ronnie Stanley has signed with Roc Nation Sports. The 6′ 6″, 315 pound 21-year-old is projected as a first round NFL draft pick.
Last we checked, Jay Z is a Dallas Cowboys fans. Nevertheless, it was Hova in the St. Louis Ram locker room after the team defeated Detroit Lions 21-14 this past Sunday (Dec. 13).
Jay Z is so confident in his Roc Nation Sports client Miguel Cotto, that he is willing to put six-figures on his upcoming fight against Canelo Alvarez.
If the rumors of Jay Z looking to rid himself with TIDAL turn out to be true, this latest lawsuit against his Roc Nation Sports baby marks his 101st problem.
Germany and Bayern Munich football star Jerome Boateng has been inconspicuously showing up at Roc Nation events as of late, and of course there was a good reason as to why.
Hip-Hop Wired and Roc Nation Sports are giving away tickets to the next throne boxing event, which takes place this coming April 17 at Foxwoods Resort Casino.
Ever tidbit of news that comes from Roc Nation Sports has been on the up. Now it is being reported that Jay Z’s burgeoning brand has decided to part ways with their initial partner, CAA.
Jay Z may have to get more personal when seeking out new clientele for Roc Nation Sports. It seems Adrien Broner (who apologized for his slander) wasn’t the only pro boxer who didn’t appreciate Hova’s recruitment tactics.