Jay Z is a business man and after the overwhelming backlash for his decision to move forward with his holiday collab with Barneys, he met with Barneys internal advisory council to address the issue… Read More »
Barneys Cancels Jay Z Holiday Collection Launch Event : Preview Items From The Shawn Carter Collection
Jay Z’s Shawn Carter Collection at Barney’s is getting off to a rough start. First Jay get bashed for selling goods at Barneys (even if it is for charity); then he decides that the sale must go on, now Barneys cancels the kick off event! Check out some items from the Shawn Carter Collection at Barney’s below. Read More »
Talk about cheap!!! The AJC is reporting that rapper Jay-Z earned over $63 million in 2010 and only donated $6,431 to charity, according to an examination of tax records for the “Shawn Carter Scholarship Fund” by The Daily. What happened to giving starts at home?Â Â How much did they say the Jigga Man spent to rent the entire hospital Floor again? Hmmmmmmmm and how much them Hermes bags cost Beyonce be sportin? ok ….
Beyonce just made her first public appearance last night at JAY-Z ‘s first of two nights, at Carnegie Hall to benefit the United Way of New York City and the Shawn Carter Scholarship Foundation, in NYC tonight.
To make up for not giving like he could Hov Â is splitting the proceeds from his Carnegie Hall concerts between the charity and the United Way of New York.Â A representative said in a statement provided to The Daily that Jay-Z (real name: Shawn Carter) contributes in other ways, and that his mother works at the charity for free: Read More »
Jay Z announced that he will perform several performances at Carnegie Hall in support of his foundation the ‘Shawn Carter Foundation’ and the ‘United Way of New York City.’ The performances will be held on February 6th and 7th at NYC’s infamous Carnegie Hall. The “Change Clothes” rapperÂ says, Read More »
The Jigga man is back at again with his charitable service as he hosted a carnival at the Huson River Park pier for his Shawn Carter Foundation this past Thursday. The event was called “Making the Ordinary Extraordinary”, and it sought to raise funds for college scholarships. Read More »