Jay-Z dips his feet into the sand during beach workout in Hawaii

Jay-Z, 50, works hard and plays hard… as he takes a fitness class on the beach while enjoying a vacation in Hawaii

Jay-Z hasn’t stopped focusing on fitness during his VIP vacation to Hawaii.

The music mogul, 50, took to the beach for more than one squat-heavy, group exercise session last week.

Mr. Beyonce Knowles was dressed for the occasion, donning black Puma shorts and a dark tee shirt for the outing. 

Priorities: Jay-Z made sure to fit in some time for exercise while vacationing in Hawaii last week

Feel the burn: The rapper/mogul, 50, took to the beach for more than one squat-heavy, group exercise session

He topped off his hair and wore a yellow bucket hat on top. Keeping his accessories minimal, Jay wore just an Apple Watch.

The billionaire opted against shoes during the exercise session, letting himself sink his feet into the cool sand. 

Jay seemed refreshed after the workout, seem smiling as he walked away with several friends.

It seemed that the routine was enough to make Hova return for more. He was seem back on the sand exercising again two days later.

Cool: Mr. Beyonce Knowles was dressed for the occasion, donning black Puma shorts and a dark tee shirt for the outing

 Good times: Jay seemed refreshed after the workout, seem smiling as he walked away with several friends

Routine: It seemed that the routine was enough to make Hova return for more. He was seem back on the sand exercising again two days later 

Though his outfit was quite similar, this time he rocked a grey OAMC shirt with a camo bucket hat. 

Getting a good sweat in, he leaned back and put his hands on his hips and sighed.

Jay appeared to be solo, not seen with superstar wife Beyonce. 

Back at it: Though his outfit was quite similar, this time he rocked a grey OAMC shirt with a camo bucket hat


Good workout: Getting a good sweat in, he leaned back and put his hands on his hips and sighed

Solo trip: Jay appeared to be solo, not seen with superstar wife Beyonce

While he was in full relaxation mode last week, last month Jay was focused on social justice.

The rapper posted bond for the mother of 17-year-old Alvin Cole and several protesters who were arrested in Wisconsin in early October after authorities declined to charge the officer who fatally shot the teen. 

The star rapper and Team Roc, the social justice leg of Roc Nation, paid court fees for Tracy Cole and her daughters Taleavia, Tristiana and Tadudah. They also paid court fees for several others arrested at the Wauwatosa protest, CBS News reports. 

According to the group, Tracy was injured during the arrest, citing ‘excessive force’ from the police officers. 

‘Our hearts break for the family of Alvin Cole and the Wauwatosa community. Not only did the District Attorney’s Office fail to hold Officer Joseph Mensah accountable for killing Alvin, but the local police also arrested and injured Alvin’s mother Tracy and his sisters as they peacefully protested alongside Jacob Blake’s father,’ said Dania Diaz, executive director for Team Roc. 

While he was in full relaxation mode last week, last month Jay was focused on social justice. The rapper posted bond for the mother of 17-year-old Alvin Cole and several protesters who were arrested in Wisconsin in early October after authorities declined to charge the officer who fatally shot the teen 


Protests erupted in the city after Milwaukee District Attorney John Chisholm decided not to charge Wauwatosa Officer Joseph Mensah (right)  for fatally shooting Alvin (left) on February 2

Some 24 people were arrested for violating the city’s 7pm curfew, the Wauwatosa Police Department shared. Two of those who were arrested, requested medical attention.  

Additional charges could still be had depending on police review of video, reports and other evidence.

Protests erupted in the city after Milwaukee District Attorney John Chisholm decided not to charge Wauwatosa Officer Joseph Mensah for fatally shooting Alvin on February 2. 

Chisholm said in his report that there was ‘sufficient evidence’ that Mensah had ‘subjective belief that deadly force was necessary and that belief was objectively reasonable.’

When Mensah arrived at the scene and began pursuit of two people, he opened fire at the teen once he saw a handgun aimed at him, the district attorney said. 

He added that evidence showed that Cole was in possession of a stolen 9mm handgun.  

Taleavia Cole, Alvin Cole’s sister, speaks to the media outside the Milwaukee County courthouse on Wednesday

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