He recently wrapped up a whirlwind tour with his wife Beyonce.
And Jay-Z, 48, was living it up on one of his nights off, swinging by the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on Monday for a football game.
The Los Angeles Rams defeated the Kansas City Chiefs in front of a crowd that also featured Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Columbus Short.
Floyd, who hails from Grand Rapids, Michigan, zipped on a gleaming gold and black hoodie and modeled a matching cap.
In spite of the fact he was born in Kansas City, Columbus declared his allegiance to the Chiefs’ rivals with a Los Angeles Rams cap.
The Scandal actor threw an open grey hoodie over a white T-shirt and accessorized with a Hyundai lanyard.
This year, Jay-Z and Beyonce set off on their On The Run II tour together, traveling through Europe and North American from June through October.
On the tour’s European leg, they played such venues as the London Stadium and the Stade De France, each of which seats over 100,000 people.
Their North American gigs also included locations with capacities higher than 100,000 – Pasadena’s Rose Bowl and Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
As its name suggests, the tour is a follow-up to their 2014 tour On The Run, which took place entirely in North America except for two shows at the Stade De France.
Beyonce and Jay-Z, who celebrated their 10th wedding anniversary this year, share three children – Blue Ivy, six, and twins Rumi and Sir, one.