Jay-Z Lets 12-Year-Old Fan Rap Onstage During Concert (WATCH!)

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Beyonce's husband makes a young fan's day during his Greensboro show when he invites him to rap on stage, telling him to "skip the drug dealing part"
Beyonce is known for surprising her fans by serenading them or dancing with them on stage during her shows, but on Sunday night, it was Jay-Z's turn to make a young fan's dream come true at his Greensboro, N.C. concert.

A 12-year-old boy was holding a sign saying, "Can I rap for you?" and Jay noticed the fan towards the end of the show and invited him on stage.

The rapper offered to put on music after handing over the microphone, but the young fan named Justin insisted he didn't need any before confidently breaking into Jay's hit song "Clique."

Clearly, being a dad to his own daughter Blue Ivy has affected Jay's sensitivity to kids hearing his more adult-themed lyrics. "Not the drug dealing part," he interrupted before letting Justin continue.

The audience went wild as Jay gave Justin a huge hug, who still had one final request: to meet Jay backstage.

"Yes, you can...just because of the nerve!" Bey's hubby answered.

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