JAY-Z sightings are uncommon these days, but fans try to collect as many photographs and autographs as they can whenever he does. JAY-Z was captured on video exiting a building in New York City on Friday (July 10) while fans waited for him.
Before the camera flashes went off, JAY-Z strolled to his car with his hands in his pockets. As he was about to get into his car, the Marcy native came to a halt to bless some admirers who had goods waiting for him to sign. Hov autographed vinyl records for his albums The Dynasty: Roc-La-Familia, The Black Album, and The Blueprint, however he refused to sign one item.
A woman brought out a baseball and requested JAY-Z to sign it after he autographed several pieces of vinyl. JAY-Z may have made a Yankees outfit more famous than the club itself, but he isn’t a baseball player. When JAY-Z saw the baseball and respectfully declined, the woman was reminded of that.
“I don’t play baseball,” he stated this after telling the woman no with a simple head gesture.
It’s understandable that JAY-Z was taken aback by the sight of the baseball, given the variety of music-related objects he might have autographed. Despite the fact that the lady presumably requested his leave following her inadvertent blunder, she managed to get more than enough autographs on the vinyls.
JAY-Z is discreetly correcting the record when he isn’t signing autographs. He recently debunked Damon Dash’s claims regarding his relationship with Kareem “Biggs” Burke, a former business partner and co-founder of Roc-A-Fella Records.
According to Dame, JAY-Z no longer wanted to work with Biggs, which resulted in the closure of Roc-A-Fella Records in 2013. However, this does not appear to be the case in a recent Instagram snapshot uploaded by DJ Clark Kent.