With his show, Brooklyn's best Jay Z introduced millions of music enthusiasts to an aesthetic treat. On July 14, the famous rapper arranged a four-day event at the Brooklyn Public Library dubbed The Book of HOV. The show features a wide range of never-before-seen images of Jay Z, recording masters, honours, recognitions, stage outfits, accessories, art works, and much more. In other words, this exhibit would provide a glimpse into the rapper's private life.
Of course, the superstar's close friend King James responded to the effort with a massive Instagram comment. The four-time NBA champion shared a recent Instagram picture of the show taken by famous photographer Lenny Santiago. He included a tonne of fire emojis along with the message.
$2.5 billion rich Jay Z once owned a part of the Brooklyn Nets franchise in the early 2000s. During that time, the rapper and LeBron James began to develop a bond with each other.
According to ESPN, the rapper frequently attended games of the then-rising star, which finally alarmed the devoted Cavs fans. James' deal with the Cavaliers was about to expire, and some fans thought Jay Z would entice him to Brooklyn. James eventually joined the Miami Heat, and the rest is history.