Jay Z let a 12-year-old fan rap on stage—and he stole the show

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Apparently at the end of the show, Jay Z noticed Justin, a 12-year-old in the crowd holding up a sign that read, “Can I Rap For You?”

Beyoncé might have won the Internet more times than we can count, but her husband isn’t doing so bad on his own.

Jay Z stopped in Greensboro, N.C. for his Magna Carter World Tour on Jan. 5. Apparently at the end of the show, he noticed Justin, a 12-year-old in the crowd holding up a sign that read, “Can I Rap For You?”

Short answer: Yes. Jay Z brought the kid onstage, where he started rapping to “Clique” a capella.

You can almost see the dollar signs rolling in Hova’s head.

Photo via 3sun3reign3/YouTube

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