Is it more intelligent to accept $500,000 in cash or have a meal with JAY-Z? The famous rapper and successful entrepreneur shares his thoughts on the ongoing internet dispute in a two-part conversation with Gayle King, which will air later this week on “CBS Mornings.”
According to JAY-Z, it is important to accept the financial gain, as he believes that the lessons he can offer over a lunch conversation are already conveyed in his song lyrics, which can be purchased for $10.99.
“I would never advise you to make a poor decision. Instead, consider using the $500,000 to purchase some albums and actually listen to them,” he suggested. “All the information is available. By piecing together the music and paying attention to the lyrics, you’ll understand the message that’s being conveyed.”
The display at the Brooklyn Public Library delves into the artist’s complete collection – from his initial recordings to his entrepreneurial pursuits and endeavors to reform the criminal justice system.
Additional parts of King’s interview with JAY-Z will be broadcasted this week on “CBS Mornings.”
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