Tuesday, December 1, 2009


It's being reported that Jay-Z's cash flow is being managed by the investment banking firm of Goldman Sachs:
Jay-Z was at Goldman Sachs last week because he is a client of Goldman Sachs private wealth management
business, a person familiar with the matter says.

Yesterday we asked why the rapper had made a widely reported stop at 85 Broad Street last week.

Now we know. Goldman manages Jay-Z's money and he was meeting with his advisers there.

Are you paying attention?

Look at the image displayed on Jay-Z's shirt. He's proudly displaying the "eye of horus"...

Pay attention.


  1. They are using his money to fund other business moves for the company.

    Goldman was begging congress to bail them out recently, was that money used to cover funds taken out of Jay-Z's portfolio?

  2. The dollar bill face is overlapping only to display a eye not the entire face.

  3. he's worships demons and he frequents this website and encourages his artist to read the text for free online http://www.sacred-texts.com/eso/index.htm

  4. RocNation is nothing but a group of people who secretly worships satan.

    As Rihanna would say "Shhhhh". She has it tatooed on her finger.

    She also left a "shout out" to JayZ on her new cd that reference "rah".

    Rihanna also chants throughout her songs. She's pulling a Diana Ross. You know when Diana Ross used Michael Jackson for his writing abilities?

    Rihanna used Chris Brown for his writing abilities and when he talked about breaking up and not writing songs anymore, THEY FOUGHT and he got in trouble for it.

  5. Chris Brown HAS talent. He can sing and he writes his own music.

    Rihanna and Beyonce can't write their own music. In hollywood, a artist dream is to link up with another artist that can write.

    Shyne can write his own music.

    Industry insiders are linking Rihanna with Shyne so that he can sex her up and write music for her.

    If he doesn't, his career is bye bye and there's no more sex from Rihanna.

    Chris Brown move on. Doors are slamming in his face because he won't write songs for certain people.

    Rihanna still gives Jay-Z head and certain people are selected to watch the performance.

    It was one of her rituals.

    She had to lie back on a cold black table naked while several insiders took turns having sex with her.

    She's trained now to send subliminal messages.
    How can she encourage women to take nude pictures and send to their boyfriend?

    There's a Rihanna sex tape out and Chris Brown isn't in it.

  6. those bail out funds fron congress came in for the firm.

    jayz went to pick u[ his bonus. his rewards. perks

  7. Lloyd Blankfein is not the only man with a messiah complex at 85 Broad Street right now. Deservedly boastful rapper Jay Z entered the hallowed halls of Goldman Sachs at around 1pm this afternoon, leaving a fleet of Escalades to idle on Broad Street while he paid a visit. We suppose this isn’t too out of the ordinary. Jay is a businessman after all. And, as he recently reminded us, he’s living down in Tribeca, a stone’s throw from the financial district.

  8. Jay-Z is headed for congress meaning that he's after the bailout funds that congress just gave to Goldman Sachs.

    Jay-Z moved closer to his money (Tribeca).

  9. Dec. 1 (Bloomberg) -- “I just wrote my first reference for a gun permit,” said a friend, who told me of swearing to the good character of a Goldman Sachs Group Inc. banker who applied to the local police for a permit to buy a pistol. The banker had told this friend of mine that senior Goldman people have loaded up on firearms and are now equipped to defend themselves if there is a populist uprising against the bank.

    I called Goldman Sachs spokesman Lucas van Praag to ask whether it’s true that Goldman partners feel they need handguns to protect themselves from the angry proletariat. He didn’t call me back. The New York Police Department has told me that “as a preliminary matter” it believes some of the bankers I inquired about do have pistol permits. The NYPD also said it will be a while before it can name names.

    While we wait, Goldman has wrapped itself in the flag of Warren Buffett, with whom it will jointly donate $500 million, part of an effort to burnish its image -- and gain new Goldman clients. Goldman Sachs Chief Executive Officer Lloyd Blankfein also reversed himself after having previously called Goldman’s greed “God’s work” and apologized earlier this month for having participated in things that were “clearly wrong.”

    Has it really come to this? Imagine what emotions must be billowing through the halls of Goldman Sachs to provoke the firm into an apology. Talk that Goldman bankers might have armed themselves in self-defense would sound ludicrous, were it not so apt a metaphor for the way that the most successful people on Wall Street have become a target for public rage.

    Common sense tells you a handgun is probably not even all that useful. Suppose an intruder sneaks past the doorman or jumps the security fence at night. By the time you pull the pistol out of your wife’s jewelry safe, find the ammunition, and load your weapon, Fifi the Pomeranian has already been taken hostage and the gun won’t do you any good. As for carrying a loaded pistol when you venture outside, dream on. Concealed gun permits are almost impossible for ordinary citizens to obtain in New York or nearby states.

    In other words, a little humility and contrition are probably the better route.

    Until a couple of weeks ago, that was obvious to everyone but Goldman, a firm famous for both prescience and arrogance. In a display of both, Blankfein began to raise his personal- security threat level early in the financial crisis. He keeps a summer home near the Hamptons, where unrestricted public access would put him at risk if the angry mobs rose up and marched to the East End of Long Island.

  10. He tried to buy a house elsewhere without attracting attention as the financial crisis unfolded in 2007, a move that was foiled by the New York Post. Then, Blankfein got permission from the local authorities to install a security gate at his house two months before Bear Stearns Cos. collapsed.

    This is the kind of foresight that Goldman Sachs is justly famous for. Blankfein somehow anticipated the persecution complex his fellow bankers would soon suffer. Surely, though, this man who can afford to surround himself with a private army of security guards isn’t sleeping with the key to a gun safe under his pillow. The thought is just too bizarre to be true.

    So maybe other senior people at Goldman Sachs have gone out and bought guns, and they know something. But what?

    Henry Paulson, U.S. Treasury secretary during the bailout and a former Goldman Sachs CEO, let it slip during testimony to Congress last summer when he explained why it was so critical to bail out Goldman Sachs, and -- oh yes -- the other banks. People “were unhappy with the big discrepancies in wealth, but they at least believed in the system and in some form of market-driven capitalism. But if we had a complete meltdown, it could lead to people questioning the basis of the system.”

    There you have it. The bailout was meant to keep the curtain drawn on the way the rich make money, not from the free market, but from the lack of one. Goldman Sachs blew its cover when the firm’s revenue from trading reached a record $27 billion in the first nine months of this year, and a public that was writhing in financial agony caught on that the profits earned on taxpayer capital were going to pay employee bonuses.

    This slip-up let the other bailed-out banks happily hand off public blame to Goldman, which is unpopular among its peers because it always seems to win at everyone’s expense.

    Plenty of Wall Streeters worry about the big discrepancies in wealth, and think the rise of a financial industry-led plutocracy is unjust. That doesn’t mean any of them plan to move into a double-wide mobile home as a show of solidarity with the little people, though.

    No, talk of Goldman and guns plays right into the way Wall- Streeters like to think of themselves. Even those who were bailed out believe they are tough, macho Clint Eastwoods of the financial frontier, protecting the fistful of dollars in one hand with the Glock in the other. The last thing they want is to be so reasonably paid that the peasants have no interest in lynching them.

    And if the proles really do appear brandishing pitchforks at the doors of Park Avenue and the gates of Round Hill Road, you can be sure that the Goldman guys and their families will be holed up in their safe rooms with their firearms. If nothing else, that pistol permit might go part way toward explaining why they won’t be standing outside with the rest of the crowd, broke and humiliated, saying, “Damn, I was on the wrong side of a trade with Goldman again.”

    This is not some fucking conspiracy.

    This is from Bloomberg, a long-term Wall Street lapdog.
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  11. http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601039&sid=ahD2WoDAL9h0

  12. Goldman Sachs ---> Congress Bailout
    Jay-Z ---> Hip Hop funded by the Congress bailout

    Goldman Sachs is using the congress bailout to fund projects within the hip hip sector of entertainment.

    The financial wheel spitout!

    Aleister Crowley = Viviane Crowley

    Jay-Z is following the teachings of one deceased and one living member who's following suit of her family members.

    Aleister Crowley create Wicca also known as witchcraft.

    Goldman Sachs is dicking congress by pushing funds right into the hip hip sector of entertainment.


  13. Byline: Gabriel Sherman

    The latest front in the Hip-Hop Wars may lack the drama of a downtown studio shoot-out, but for the real-estate-obsessed, the recent tortured sale of advertising executive Peter Arnell's Tribeca penthouse to hip-hop mogul Shawn Carter (alias Jay-Z) has been the biggest story since the fracas over the sale of murdered millionaire Ted Ammon's assets on the Upper East Side. And some Tribeca residents couldn't resist putting themselves in the line of fire.

    The two-year-long deal concluded on Sept. 29, when Jay-Z closed on the seventh-floor penthouse in a converted 1929 brick warehouse building on Hudson Street, between Desbrosses and ...

  14. Apparently, moving trucks shuffling Goldman supplies are making a racket outside the new Goldman HQ building.

    People working across the street of Goldman's new headquarters can hear the trucks' loud beeping from their offices.

    Looking out their windows, they see people go in and out of the place all day, a lot of them with boxes.

    (Check out the window view one person captured on their iPhone, visible below.)

    Soon, all Goldman employees will have have left their famed 85 Broad Street building and moved into the snazzy new HQ on West and Vesey Streets in Manhattan, but according to someone working across the street, a lot of Goldmanites are definitely there working now.

    The rest plan to vacate Broad Street and move in this weekend.

    The new HQ is located across from the World Trade Center in Battery Park, where construction workers have been working on the 740-foot tower of thick steel and class since 2005.

    Jay-Z should be psyched to visit this one!