“That’s his(Lebron James) decision,” the hip-hop mogul, who owns a piece of the Brooklyn-bound hoopsters, tells “Rolling Stone.” “We’re friends – we’ve still gotta hang out! I don’t want to convince somebody to do something, then have to see him and say, ‘Uh, yeah, we’re 4-30 …sorry.'”
“I’d been staying there(Four Seasons) for 10 years, and I always thought I was at the top level,” Jay-Z said. “But when I met Prokhorov, they took me up to this extra, extra room that I had never even heard of before.”Now there’s something else to shoot for. There’s always an extra level you don’t know about.”
Source: NY Daily News
Jay probably offered Lebron James a Roc Nation record deal with some ghost lyrics.