Tina shared the letter on Instagram after it was revealed that the Empire State of Mind star had sold 50 percent of his champagne brand, Armand de Brignac, to Moet Hennessy of luxury goods company LVMH.
“Jay, greetings to you and your latest venture … you are a bad brother and I hope that you will continue to pave the way for others as you did in the past !!” Tina wrote. “And I’ve seen such extreme kindness and generosity so often that people don’t even know about it! You are a true man who has publicly admitted when you have made mistakes in a very brave and noble way! They, in turn, have influenced the culture of young black men. You’re a bad A * s brother. I love you so much!!”
Tina also pointed out the way Jay, who shares three children with Mrs. Beyonce, and his record label Roc Nation helped curate the Super Bowl entertainment earlier this month.
“Everyone was excited about it! Every person who performed Jazmine Sullivan, HER and The Weekend (sic) killed their performances and made Black Excellence shine and make us all proud, ”she continued. “I couldn’t help but remember when J took over the Super Bowl entertainment and said that if we didn’t have someone inside to make decisions, things would never change. Someone at the top. “
Despite the fact that he was labeled a “sell-out” for the Super Bowl engagement, Jay “kept it moving” – and Tina commented, “One of the things I noticed about Jay is that he’s not different from the Leaving people bullying not doing the things he knows are right. “
Beyonce’s Destiny’s Child bandmate Michelle Williams was among those commenting on Tina’s post and using red-hearted emojis to express their love for the letter.