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Jay-Z Buys Beyonce Artwork From Fan After Seeing It On The News

Chivalry isn’t dead apparently.

According to Daily Mail, Jay-Z recently bought a Beyonce fan’s artwork after spotting the paintings in the news.

Jay Z and artist with her artwork
Photo Credit: TikTok - Beyondcomparee_

Lauryn Michele was on NBC after bringing canvasses to the MetLife Stadium in New Jersey -- the same place Beyonce was performing on her Renaissance tour.

Jay-Z was impressed by the art, eventually buying a trio of masterpieces featuring his wife of 15 years.

Michele announced the news on her TikTok account, racking up tens of thousands of views in just one day.

She captioned the video: ‘POV, you were on the news and Jay-Z bought your paintings.’

The video followed the artist when she arrived at the East Rutherford venue, presenting her work to the TV cameras before shooting herself watching the report the same evening.

TikTok users flooded the comments, praising Michele’s talent and expressing their amazement.

Michele three days earlier posted a clip displaying her crafting one of the pieces, demonstrating the level of effort it took to create the art.

Indeed there were a lot of views for her art. But there were ten times that when she interacted with Jay-Z.

This isn’t anything new for Michele. She has sold work to celebrities before, giving her paintings to Arina Fletcher and Megan Thee Stallion.

Meanwhile, Beyonce has been hard at work on her ongoing tour.

In total, the Renaissance show is around two and half hours long, splitting into six acts, while Beyonce performed the tracks of Renaissance in order. Songs played were from across her discography.

There was a proverbial round of applause for the production value and Beyonce’s overall vocal performance.

After touring through Europe through June 28, Beyonce brought the show to North America, starting with a show in Toronto, Canada on July 8.

She then journeyed to East Rutherford, New Jersey for two shows at Met Life Stadium on July 28 and 30.

The concert is slated to make its way through the U.S. along with one more stop north of the border in Vancouver. The tour is scheduled to “wind its way for the finale at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City," which is slated for Oct. 1.

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