Jay Z may soon have some competition from a very talented 12-year-old. TMZ.com reports that during Jay's Sunday night show in Greensboro, North Carolina the "Magna Carta Holy Grail" emcee invited a boy on stage to drop a few verses from his Kanye West and Big Sean collaboration "Clique."
Apparently, Jay decided to bring the young emcee on stage because he was holding a sign asking "Can I rap for you?" While the youngster steered clear of the song's off-color language, Jay did have to stop him when he approached verses about drug dealing. However, he allowed him to pick up the song following the inappropriate parts.
After the spot on performance, Jay gave the boy a hug. And as if rapping for hip-hop's biggest star wasn't enough, the aspiring rapper then asked Jay if he could meet him back stage following the show, which the rapper gladly accepted.
Check him out below!
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