Jay-Z Hosting 007-Themed Blackjack Charity Party For Reform Alliance

Jay-Z will head to Atlantic City later this month to host an intimate 007-themed event at Ocean Casino Resort to raise funds for his non-profit, Reform Alliance

Page Six reports that the Sept. 30 star-studded soiree, hosted by Kevin Hart, has a 300-person limit guest list, which includes Jay’s superstar wife Beyoncé, reality star/business mogul Kim Kardashian, NFL legend Tom Brady, and rapper Travis Scott.

It’s not a cheap ticket, with a $100,000 buy-in for the blackjack games and $50,000 to get in the door. Jay-Z will host alongside other Reform Alliance board members, including founders New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, rapper Meek Mill, and Fanatics CEO Michael Rubin.

“It was Jay’s idea to make a really small, incredibly exclusive event with the best people in the world,” a source said.

Reform Alliance was launched in January 2019 as a non-profit dedicated to fighting for probation, parole, and sentencing reform in the United States through legislation and lobbying..

The “99 Problems” rapper was reportedly inspired to organize the charity event after attending Rubin’s all-white Fourth of July party that brought out a number of stars. Attendees will reportedly be flown into the event by private helicopter rides from New York City.

“This is gold plus white, and it’ll be the same size and as exclusive as the white party, with a ton of performances,” the insider added.

It’ll be a jam-packed room of power players. Private equity execs, hedge fund investors, CEOs, and other A-list stars are expected to intend, including DJ Khaled, Emily Ratajkowski, Megan Thee Stallion, and a slew of NBA superstars.

To date, Reform Alliance has raised around $100 million toward its cause and has already secured another $15 million ahead of the event. The blackjack fundraiser has a goal of raising $20 million.

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