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Friday, 12 April 2013

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Jay-Z says he will be putting a basketball autographed by Nets player Kris Humphries on eBay.

BROOKLYN - Hip hop rapper Shawn Carter, better known as Jay-Z, has just announced that he has decided to sell his ownership share in the NBA Brooklyn Nets.

Sporting Chance Magazine writer Hercules Confetti recently sat down with the hip hop rapper at The IHIPHOP Soul Food Restaurant in Brooklyn.

The lucky brutha who is married to Beyonce was asked how their recent trip to Cuba went.

Jay-Z smiled and said that it went as smooth as silk and he and Beyonce are planning on going back in mid August to celebrate El Dia De Los Puros (The Day of The Cigars).

He told Confetti that the former leader of Cuba Fidel Castro, who is 86, has a fantastic sense of humor.

He pointed out that Castro knows about 400 knock-knock jokes; all in English. He said that the ex-leader also does fantastic impressions of Vice-President Joe Biden, Regis Philbin, Mitt Romney, Justin Bieber, and Ann Coulter.

Confetti asked Jay-Z about the talk that he was going to sell his ownership in the Brooklyn Nets.

Jay-Z took a sip of his Jack Black and replied that the talk was some good talk.

When asked how much of the Nets he owned, he smiled and said that he owns 1 percent of the team.

He then mentioned that he had decided to sell his ownership in the team so that he could concentrate more on his music business and upcoming concert tours with his wife.

The rapper said that he and Beyonce will be performing in Wales, Switzerland, Denmark, Nicaragua, Iceland, South Korea, and Zimbabwe.

In Television News. Reports are that Clay Aiken told a reporter for TV ClickerWorld that now that the last male has just been eliminated on American Idol he will no longer be watching the show this year.

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