Jay-Z hinted at the celebrity heresy to E! Online, saying the outer borough is actually a bit on the pricey side.
"The prices over there are really high," Jay-Z said. "It's not like before."
While price may be an object, dear old Brooklyn holds another key draw for Jay-Z, the New York Daily News said Saturday. He's a part-owner of the NBA New Jersey Nets, who have plans to relocate to a new arena in Brooklyn next year.
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