The rapper was seen taking photos with his kids at the big game
JAY-Z brought his daughters to football's biggest game this year!
The "Empire State of Mind" rapper stood on the field with the two girls. In one photo, Blue Ivy is seen chatting with her father while her younger sister stares at the field. In another photo, JAY-Z is photographed capturing Blue Ivy on the field, jumping for joy — while Rumi stands beside watching her big sister.
The rapper and Rumi rocked black leather jackets, while Blue Ivy was seen wearing a classic letterman jacket.
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Ahead of the family's outing to Las Vegas, the Grammy winning couple brought their eldest daughter to the 66th Grammy Awards. The American Gangster rapper received the 2nd annual Dr. Dre Global Impact Award during the awards show — and brought Blue Ivy on stage to celebrate. "Thank you very much. I used to say it was a sippy cup for Blue, but Blue's grown up now she doesn't take sippy cups," he began. "And she has her own Grammys."
Meanwhile, at the 2023 Super Bowl between the Chiefs and Eagles, JAY-Z brought his eldest daughter to the game. At the previous game, the two sported all-black outfits featuring graphic T-shirts and sunglasses. Blue Ivy topped off her look with a black hat and nameplate necklace, while JAY-Z accessorized with gleaming white sneakers.
The 4:44 rapper has attended several Super Bowls but recently shared with Entertainment Tonight why he's never performed during the halftime show.
“I thought it would be selfish to pick myself too early,” the Grammy winner responded while smiling when asked at the premiere of The Book of Clarence why he hasn’t taken on the coveted headlining set. JAY-Z also told the outlet that he’s looking forward to seeing Usher take the stage at Super Bowl LVIII.
"I think that he's going to take his rightful place," the "Big Pimpin" rapper said of the R&B star, 45. "He's one of the greatest performers we've seen in our time and I think he'll take his rightful place."
The Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers face off in Super Bowl LVIII, airing on CBS on Feb. 11 at 6:30 p.m. ET.
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