The Super Bowl is right around the corner, and apparently the National Football Association has been eyeing Jay-Z to take on the Halftime Show. Even more, there has been talk of singer Justin Timberlake joining him.
Although not confirmed, there has also been rumors that the mogul actually declined the opportunity. He's been highly successful off of his last album, "4:44," and we're sure he is not missing any meals for refusing.
According to the Metro, an insider said, “Lots of people have been saying Jay will perform with Justin Timberlake, but it is simply not the case. He has enough songs to create an incredible performance but he really has no plans to do the half-time show.”
Allegedly, his refusal came after supporting Colin Kaepernick at The Meadows Music Festival in New York, in which he dedicated his song “The Story of O.J.” to him.