Billboard – On Wednesday night (Jan. 25), Jay Z attended the Sundance Film Festival in Utah in support of his new docu-series, Spike TV’s TIME: The Kalief Browder Story. During his Q&A session with the media, he shunned a reporter who asked about President Donald Trump.
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