At a New York party for the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation, Robert De Niro got into it with Jay-z, reportedly because Jay-Z never returned De Niro’s calls about doing a song for his Tribeca Film Festival De Niro considered it rude and let Jay-Z know it. Sources at the party say:
“It was the talk of the party. Everyone was saying there’s only one star in New York bigger and badder than Jay-Z, and that’s Robert De Niro. He can be quite scary when he’s angry.”
Jay-Z, how about you show Robert some respect? The man just wanted a returned phone call.
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