Ohioan Lebron James got The City That Never Sleeps feeling a certain type of way last week when he posted a photo at Madison Square Garden with a king of New York caption.
New Yorker JAY-Z responded to his good buddy James's provocation last night during his 4:44 show in Lebron's home city of Cleveland.
"I brought [Lebron] out in Detroit last night. I said, 'Ay man, you my guy and all that. You can't be taking pictures in the Garden, talking about you're the King of New York,' so I told him I'm coming to Cleveland, I'm the King Of Cleveland now."
Next, Hov asked a bunch of people he brought on stage if they would like to take photos with "The King Of Cleveland."
The 4:44 tour has been plagued by rumors of empty seats and tickets going for as low as six bucks. Live Nation (who has a ten-year/$200 million contract with Hov) has disputed that and argues that the low ticket prices are part of a new technique which cuts out scalpers.
It's hard to tell how full the arena was in that video.
Has anyone seen King Of Cleveland JAY-Z on the 4:44 tour? If so, what did you see crowd-size wise?