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Jay-Z in Page Six watching Heat eliminate Knicks

PAGE SIX ITEM OF THE DAY The Post gossip mavens showed how many sports and musical references will fit into 163 words in this item: “Even though he’s a co-owner of the New Jersey Nets (soon to be the Brooklyn Nets), Jay-Z made sure all could watch the New York Knicks battle the Miami Heat in Game 5 of the NBA playoffs during a party he hosted for Bacardi’s new cognac, D’Ussé (pronounced Deuce-ay). The rapper brought in flat-screen televisions to the Top of Standard Wednesday night, to make sure guests including Steve StouteKevin LilesPharrell and Jake Gyllenhaal could stay tuned in to Carmelo Anthony and the Knicks. Jay-Z’s sister-in-law, Solange Knowles, and mother-in-law, Tina Knowles, were also at the event, but Beyoncé wasn’t there. The new mom of 4-month-old Blue Ivy later met up with her husband at The Darby, where Zoe SaldanaGerard Butler and Wyclef Jean were also hanging out. Jean gave an impromptu performance of songs from the Fugees with Rachel Brown, the Wednesday night musical act, and the two singers ended her set with a duet of Bob Marley’s ‘Redemption Song.’” (5/11a)

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