Jay Z Offers a Tribute to Nelson Mandela at His Los Angeles Concert
Another big name adding to the honorable mentions of Nelson Mandela, Jay Z offered a tribute to the former South African president at his concert in Los Angeles.
Currently on the road for his new Magna Carta World Tour, the 44-year-old rapper dedicated the final song of his show at the Los Angeles Staples center to Mandela Monday night (December 9).
The pop king shouted to his audience, "We want to dedicate this song to Nelson Mandela. A great man, spent 27 years in prison, came out to be president. All dreams are possible."
He continued, saying, "Tonight I'm living my dream in front of y'all. So anyone out there who got a dream, y'all chase that motherf***er down as hard as you can." Watch the video below!