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Video: 'SNL' Spoofs Jay-Z and Solange Elevator Fight, Andy Samberg Reunites With Former Cast MembersMay 19, 2014 09:05:46
Maya Rudolph impersonates Beyonce, while host Samberg debuts two new Digital Shorts and brings back the kissing family with Fred Armisen, Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader.
Queen Bey and her rapper husband get help from their famous friends like Sean Penn, Don Cheadle, Jake Gyllenhaal, Blake Lively, Emmy Rossum, and Rashida Jones.
While promoting her new summer clothing line, the designer writes 'beach is better' which is the name of a track featured in 'Magna Carta... Holy Grail'.
Without mentioning the cause of the rift, they said, 'Jay and Solange each assume their share of responsibility for what has occurred.'
Jay-Z will not press criminal extortion charges against Chauncey Mahan, who demanded $100,000 in 'storage fees' for a number of old recordings that the rapper thought were lost in 2002.
A person who leaked CCTV video of Solange attacking Jay-Z in an elevator at the Standard Hotel earlier this month has been fired for 'breaching the security polices of the hotel.'
Jay-Z and his wife dominate with four nods each, while Drake, Chris Brown, and Pharrell Williams trail behind with three apiece.
After a video of Solange attacking Jay-Z emerged over the weekend, the two are seen doing jewelry shopping together at a store in NYC.
The couple announces that the two additional shows will take place on August 3 in Pasadena, California, and on August 6 in San Francisco.
Solange was seen in the elevator surveillance video punching and kicking her brother-in-law who did not retaliate.
The Bajan singer is now listed as an official artist on Roc Nation's website alongside Calvin Harris, J. Cole and Rita Ora among others.
Jay's verses about the 'soft' sport lacrosse also anger Major League Lacrosse, which later pens a statement saying that the rapper won't 'last one minute on a lacrosse field during a match.'
The 'On the Run' tour will kick off June 25 before expanding into 15 other big cities across the United States.
Jay-Z and his wife reportedly are not keen on appearing on Kim's reality show 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians'.
A producer named Chauncey Mahan recently emerged with the tapes, which Jay-Z and his team thought were lost in 2002, and asked the rapper a $100,000 'storage fee.'