His name is Hooooooooo-ly sh*t, Jay-Z went out on the town in New York and racked up a $91,135.00 bar tab in a single night. Hova was celebrating Roc Nation Sports President Juan “OG” Perez’s birthday, and apparently that meant dropping what would be the equivalent of a 2018 Porsche 911 on booze alone. Oh, and part of that huge bill was a $11,000 tip for his server — not enough for a Porsche, but at least that’ll cover some health care payments!
Jay Z tab at Playroom last night. I’m just gonna cry in poor for the rest of the day. 😭 pic.twitter.com/q2OhOoi3YS
— Vic (@MisterClasico) February 19, 2018
Page Six reported on Jay’s crazy-ass spending, which actually totaled $110,000 for the night for both food and booze. He, Perez, and several other friends, family, and Roc Nation executives hit up several spots throughout the night, including Zuma in Midtown for dinner, which cost $13,000, Made in Mexico in Inwood for another $9,000 worth of drinks — including a D’Ussé cognac for Jay, which he loves so much he once drank it out of his Grammy — and then finally the Playroom nightclub, where the fattest of the tabs was recorded.
Imagine Jay Z randomly comes to your work 1 day and leaves you that tip, Jesus be my inhaler I would actually pass out. https://t.co/1WTMuBhJsm
— YT: The Focus Group (@manlikekofii) February 19, 2018
Jay kind of paid himself for that tab at the Playroom though, because it was spent entirely on Armand de Brignac or “Ace of Spades” champagne, a brand that was acquired by the hip hop legend and media mogul in 2014. That point aside, Jay was still a very generous Jiggy, buying 20 bottles of Ace of Spades Gold ($1,200/per), as well as 20 bottles of Ace of Spades Rose ($2,500/per), and not only sharing them with the other five people at his table, but everybody else in the nightclub.
As far as that $11,000 tip, it was posted to Snapchat by his server with the caption “Hoy si,” which is basically Spanish for today’s f—ing awesome. Although, if we’re going to crunch some numbers here for a quick moment, that $11,000 actually only amounts to a 13.86% tip, and most bartenders we’ve spoken to agree that good servers deserve that 20% — however $11,000 is still a damn good tip, and we wouldn’t complain.
Any feelings about this bank account-busting tip? Let us know in the comments! And also check out these champagne drinks you don’t need $91,000 to make: