15 Hilarious Jay Z Pool Memes

Yesterday the photo above of Hov jumping into the pool with Bey while on vacation in Italy surfaced.  Jay's hands-flailing jump resulted in meme after meme, and we'll undoubtedly be seeing this...

  • 15 Hilarious Jay Z Pool Memes
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    Yesterday the photo above of Hov jumping into the pool with Bey while on vacation in Italy surfaced.  Jay's hands-flailing jump resulted in meme after meme, and we'll undoubtedly be seeing this photo of Hov circulate for awhile.  Take a look at some of the funniest memes of Jay Z's now infamous pool dive! 
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