Belfast Telegraph

Friday 29 August 2014

Jay-Z takes Tube to own concert

Jay-Z took the Tube to his O2 gig

Jay-Z has been spotted taking the Tube to his own concert with celebrity pals Chris Martin and Timbaland.

The superstar made a low-key arrival at the O2 for his concert on October 11 by taking public transport there, according to the Daily Mirror.

The 99 Problems rapper was snapped on the Jubilee Line with Coldplay singer Chris and producer Timbaland, as well as his manager and an Atlanta Records executive as they made their way to the concert from London's Waterloo station.

Fans shared their photos of the stars waiting for a train on the platform at Waterloo and managing to get seats together on the Tube.

Jay-Z, 43, later performed to fans at a packed O2, with Chris and Timbaland making a surprise appearance on stage for Ain't No Love (Heart Of The City).

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