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Tina Knowles-Lawson & Jay-Z At Los Angeles Screening Of Queen & Slim

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While he may not be able to attend, Jay-Z is lending his name to an organization that is offering to pay the bail bonds and citation fees for those who were recently arrested in Wauwatosa while protesting the decision not to charge a local police officer who shot and killed a 17-year-old back in February.

The organization founded by Jay-Z and funded through the social justice arm of the rapper’s entertainment company Roc Nation is taking care of the bail bonds and citation fees of those arrested.

 

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