Jay-Z’s debut album in 1996, “Reasonable Doubt” (Roc-A-Fella/Priority, 1996), put just that in artists attempting to compete with the soon-to-be rap mogul in the hip-hop game. Kansas City Chiefs running back Larry Johnson did the exact same thing in 2003 when he entered the NFL driving reasonable doubt into opposing teams by running over and around defenders on the gridiron.
What do these two men have in common you may ask? Not only do they both put reasonable doubt into their competition, they both proudly rock the Roc chain around their necks.
“Jay-Z is real cool, man,” L.J. praised. “He gives me good advice on everyday things and he’s a real good friend to be around. I got my Roc chain and not many people get to chill with that crew, so I’m proud of that.”
As part of Team Roc (which is Jay-Z and Damon Dash’s crew for their clothing line), L.J. represents by throwing up “The Roc” symbol after every touchdown he scores. It was on Jay-Z’s birthday, December 4, 2005, when L.J. first debuted and threw up “The Roc” sign after scoring a touchdown in Kansas City against the rival Denver Broncos.
Just like Jay-Z, L.J. has a few impressive rides of his own that he made sure stood out from all the rest. His 2006 Bentley Continental GT definitely shows a flash of greatness with its savvy Swiss SW-3 22x9.5 inch (front) and 22x11-inch (rear) customized white rims with the authentic Bentley “B” cap in the middle of each rim. Pirelli PZero 245/30R22 (front) and 295/25R22 (rear) tires surround the snowy white rims.