OG Juan, the President of Roc Nation, and close friend of Jay-Z, celebrated his 50th birthday in style. The overly expensive night included $13K on dinner at Zuma, a Japanese restaurant in Midtown. The dinner included shrimp, lobster, and steak.
OG Juan’s entourage next went to Made in Mexico, a restaurant and nightclub. Jay-Z endlessly ordered D’USSE, a cognac that he is the partial owner of. The group spent $9K on drinks there before heading to their final stop. At Playroom Nightclub, Jay-Z handed out $91K on 40 bottles of champagne. They ordered 20 bottles of Ace of Spades Gold champagne and 20 bottles of Ace of Spades Rose. Ace of Spades was also purchased by Jay-Z in 2014. Although this may seem like a lot of champagne for a few individuals, it is said that they were handing bottles of champagne out to other tables as well.
This story went viral when a server of the club posted their tab on Snapchat detailing some of the expenses for this lavish birthday party. The receipt included $74K worth of champagne, over $6K in taxes, and over $11K for gratuity. Now that’s a nice tip!
Although some people commented on Twitter saying that they were ridiculously spending money on waste, it was really a smart decision by Jay-Z by spending the money on brands where he is at least a partial owner. This amount of spending will eventually land back in his bank account.
After 20 years of friendship, it is not to crazy to think that Jay-Z would spend this much money on OG Juan’s birthday party. Not only is OG a trusted friend, but a 50th birthday is an important milestone in life.
The Nabors Industries CEO, Tony Petrello has become a major part of the Houston, Texas community through the work he and his company have completed in the aftermath of the 2017 Hurricane Harvey. Tony Petrello has been the Chief Executive Officer of Nabors Industries since 2012 when he reached the pinnacle of the company after working with the brand for 30 years and working his way up to this position; Nabors Industries has been at the heart of the Houston community over the course of the last few decades as the philanthropic endeavors of the company have impacted many aspects of the lives of people across the Gulf of Mexico coast.
Tony Petrello has been at the heart of the recovery efforts for Hurricane Harvey over the course of 2017 and into 2018 after rising flood waters made their way into the area. The local community has seen the positive aspects of Nabors Industries from the time of the Hurricane striking onwards as the company made a distinct effort to build a brighter future for the people of the Houston area including many of the employees of the drilling company who were affected by the natural disaster.
Giving back to the local community has always been important to Tony Petrello and the members of the Nabors Industries community who have often been given the opportunity to use their time with the company to take part in various community-based programs designed to give a better way of life to the people of Houston, Texas and those living along the Gulf Coast. Following Hurricane Harvey, the members of Nabors Industries workforce were given the opportunity to take paid leave in order to provide their skills and time to aid in the cleanup and distribution of much needed personal items to those worst affected by the flooding.
Tony Petrello has always played a key role in the creation of various philanthropic groups and activities throughout his life stretching back to his childhood. Brought up in Newark, New Jersey, the need to follow a strict moral code has always played a key role in his life and career which has included a decision to link his own salary to the performance of Nabors Industries. A dedicated philanthropist, Tony Petrello has become one of the leading figures in the fight to build a better future for the Nabors community and members of society who do not have a voice of their own.
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