Wednesday, October 09, 2019

Jay Z Hosting a Blackjack Tournament in Florida


Rapper Jay Z hosting a high roller blackjack tournament in Florida for charity...

From Page Six
Jay-Z is hosting a blackjack tournament with a $100,000 buy-in as part of his Shawn Carter Foundation gala the weekend of Nov. 15, we hear.
The Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida, is putting up a $500,000 jackpot for the winner, and attendees can also chip in another $40,000 for a package that gets them VIP access for the weekend.

12 comments:

Tippie Hippie said...

Is that the hotel where Anna Nicole died? SMH

Anonymous said...

I watched to much 'Power' why do I feel like this shit is gonna get robbed?!

Anonymous said...

Will he be donating more money to that white woman's organization in Chicago that cuts locs from black people's heads???

Anonymous said...

Will he also be performing to fulfill his contractual obligations to his bosses or did he buy out his contract with his Billion dollars?

Anonymous said...

Why Florida?? Inquiring minds want to know.

Anonymous said...

R in NYC says:

$100,000 buy in for a $500,000 jackpot?

Wtf?
I watch the main event every year and those players pay $10,000 buy in for a chance to win millions.
Have a seat Jay.

gaygaygay said...

Scooby doo lookin arse ninja

Anonymous said...

This sounds so suspicious … charity? Nope not buying it.

geez loiuse said...

fuck those games , its social injustices takin place out here

Niyabinghi/ObeahWomanWarrior said...

I know nothing about blackjack so I can't throw shade.

Anonymous said...

Niggas gonna nig.

He really needs to grow up and stop doing nigga shit. I guess everyone can't be Lebron, Tyler Perry, or that billionaire who paid off those Morehouse students loans.

Anonymous said...

I'm confused as to why these celebrity "billionaires" are always asking for donations to their "charities".

These "charities" are another way for some of them to keep paying themselves. However, in this case jay IS the charity.

jay ALWAYS "singing" about this deal or that deal in his raps. How come he never "sings" about all the changes and advancements his charitable donations have made to the individuals in his childhood community?

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