The young fan held a sign which read, “Can I Rap For You’, and then this happened
A 12-year-old fulfilled the dream of millions of kids when he was invited on stage by Jay-Z during a concert in North Carolina on Sunday night.
The rapper brought the fan on stage when he noticed a sign he was holding which read: “Can I Rap For You?” The boy then performed an acapella verse of Kanye West’s ‘Clique’, a track he recorded with Jay-Z.
The 44-year-old ensured it was a child-friendly version of the rap, telling the boy “Not the drug dealing part. Go back to the numbers,” referring to the line, “G.O.O.D Music drug-dealing cousin. Ain’t nothing messin’ with we.”
After finishing the verse, the young fan received an ovation from the crowd, before asking the rapper if he could meet him backstage. Jay Z then turns to the audience to tell them what he asked. “After all of that, he said, ‘Can I meet you backstage?’ Yes,” he responded.