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Jay Z is in Utah for the Sundance Film Festival, in support of the documentary he executive produced, Time: The Kalief Browder Story.
While walking the red carpet for the film, Hov stopped to talk to various journalists, but one man learned the hard way that Donald Trump questions are a hard no. When he asked Hov’s thoughts on the President, Harvey Weinstein, whose company backed the film, jumped in with:
“Alright guys that’s enough. This is a labor of love for Jay and as a result he’s gonna talk about that and nothing else.”
The sex-part documentary will air on Spike TV in March.