Jay Z may have 99 problems, but money clearly is not one.
In all, JAY is said to have spent more than $110K that night to celebrate his friend's birthday. Juan and Jay's night out ended in the Playroom nightclub, where the hip-hop star reportedly spent £65,000 on 40 bottles of his own brand of champagne, Ace of Spades, and added an £7,850 tip. But the real shocking account from the night, was an alleged photo of the bill, which was uploaded to Snapchat, showing just how much the 4:44 singer reportedly forked out. Of course, that's merely a drop in the bucket of Jay Z and his wife Beyoncé's combined wealth.
According to Page Six, the evening started out with dinner at Zuma, where the bill came out to a modest (ahem) $13,000. His group paid full price for 40 bottles of the drink. Jay and his group were also seen handing out bottles to neighboring tables, according to Page Six.
Jay-Z blew a lot of cash on a night out
He was out in Manhattan celebrating the 50th birthday of his friend Juan "OG" Perez, who runs the rapper's Roc Nation Sports empire. It showed that they racked up $91,000 Dollars ($114,000) and then hit the club with an $11,000 USD ($13,000) tip.
A representative for Jay Z did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Although, before you go out and try to match him this weekend we might remind you that his net worth is over $600 million Dollars, according to Forbes.
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