News: Jay-Z Celebrates NY Giants Super Bowl Win, Hosts Victory Party
Saturday, Feb 11, 2012 7:11PM
Rap mogul Jay-Z showed his hometown New York Giants love by reportedly throwing a celebrity-attended 40/40 Club celebration this week in light of the football team's Super Bowl XLVI win last weekend.
While details are still coming together, the party reportedly took place Friday (February 10) night.
Jay-Z mingles with the crowd at his Super Bowl Victory Party for the New York Giants held at his 40/40 Club on Friday (February 10) in New York City. The 42-year-old rapper was joined at the bash by actor Idris Elba and NY Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks. (Just Jared)
Last month, Young Hov re-opened his sports nightclub and invited New York Giants star wide receiver Victor Cruz plus other famous athletes.
Jay-Z will get a break from Daddy Duty on Jan. 18. The music mogul - who welcomed daughter Blue Ivy Carter with wife Beyonce over the weekend - is scheduled to attend the grand re-opening of his 40/40 Club next week, amNewYork has confirmed. Also on the guest list for the invite-only soiree: Alex Rodriguez, C.C. Sabathia and the Giants' Victor Cruz. The Flatiron-area club underwent massive renovations, reportedly in the neighborhood of $10 million, since closing last year. (AM NY)
Not alone in the celebrations, Bad Boy Records' French Montana recently released his Giants-themed "Shot Caller" remix.
French Montana celebrates his home team's victory at Super Bowl XLVI with his New York Giants remix to "Shot Caller." The Bad Boy signee honors the champs including Victor Cruz and MVP Eli Manning. "We them shot callers, Super Bowl ballers," he raps. "Just another win, just another ring, give 'em time to breathe, let Madonna sing." (Rap-Up)
The New York Giants were victorious after defeating the New England Patriots 21-17 Sunday (February 5) night.
Eli Manning is the other Manning no more. Master of the fourth quarter rally this season, Manning did it again --- just as he did four seasons ago --- and got one up on older brother Peyton by leading the game-winning touchdown drive in the final minutes as the New York Giants stole another championship from the New England Patriots with a 21-17 victory Sunday night in Super Bowl XLVI. (USA Today)
Check out the "Shot Caller" Giants remix below: