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Performance Of 12 Year Old At Jay Z Concert Wasn't Planned In Advance
Posted by Joseph Lee on 01.07.2014



TMZ reports that when Jay Z brought a 12-year-old boy named Justin onstage in Greensboro, North Carolina (who then performed and won over the crowd), it wasn't a planned event.

The boy's mother Angela took him to the concert in Charlotte on Saturday. She said his dream was to "get noticed" by Jay Z and he was upset when that didn't happen as he was in the eighth row. She added that on the ride home they decided to try again. She bought tickets to the Greensboro concert the next day and managed to get front row seats.

Justin then jumped up with his sign and Jay Z noticed him. After the concert, Jay Z took them backstage. They spoke for five minutes about personal things. However, no numbers were exchanged and Jay Z didn't say anything about signing him.







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