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Peter Griffin hanging out in the elevator while Solange kicks Jay Z's a** is the best thing on the internet today:



Watch the original fight here.

...and try not to beat anyone up in the elevator if you're famous. I mean REALLY.





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Beyoncé, Jay-Z and Kendrick Lamar were spotted together at an LA Clippers Basketball game watching intently. Their expressions unsurprisingly led to some jokes at their expense on the internet. 


via @MissLAiAm

Jay-Z just wants to watch the game guys, can't you put your differences aside?


via @XLNB

Eventually, though, they found some common ground. 


via @AnyeezyX

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So this happened, and you just "can't even" because you are literally dying.

The British Royal Family met the royal family of the United States on Monday at the Brooklyn Nets vs Cleveland Cavaliers game in New York.

Jay-Z and Beyonce walked over to meet and greet Prince William and Kate Middleton during the 3rd and 4th quarters, while "God Save the Queen" and "Crazy In Love" blasted through the Barclays Center, according to US Weekly.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are in the U.S. for a three-day tour, and the epic basketball game meetup followed a brief meeting with President Obama Monday at the White House.

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Ever wondered what Jay-Z's "99 problems" are all about? Artist Ali Graham is doing his best to figure them out in his new Tumblr blog 99 Problems, where he showcases color illustrations of Hova dealing with first world rapper problems (as often referenced in his lyrics), ranging from brushing dirt off his shoulder to figuring out "where Brooklyn at." So far, more than 40 of the rapper's problems have been illustrated, with new updates being posted via @99probs99 Twitter feed.

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A video clip of Jay-Z striking up a casual conversation with an elderly passenger on the subway is making the rounds, following yesterday's release of the rapper's latest documentary "Where I'm From." The soft-spoken lady, who seemed to be unaware of who she was talking to, has been identified as Ellen Grossman, a 67-year-old Brooklyn-born artist. For more details, check out The Guardian's interview article.

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