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Jay-Z may be one of the best rappers alive, but he really isn't up to par with his social media game.

The 46-year-old rapper was one of the many celebrities in attendance at Super Bowl 50 on Sunday, obviously supporting Beyonce during her iconic halftime show performance with Coldplay. At one point during the game, Usher interrupted him with something he didn't quite comprehend: Snapchat.

Yes, the R&B singer took a video selfie of himself with Hova and Queen B, but the power couple didn't appear to get the memo.

Usher turned around and explained to Jay Z that he was making a video for Snapchat, to which the rapper responded, "I don't even know what that means!" LOL. Looks like Usher may have had to give a tutorial after that.

Meanwhile, the hilarious video was just one of the many highlights from the Super Bowl—many of which included both Bey and Jay.

Not only was Queen B's performance during the halftime show much-applauded in the Twittersphere, but she also sent the world into a frenzy by announcing her Formation World Tour right afterward.

"Beyoncé was very pleased with her performance today!" a source shared with E! News after the show on Sunday. "She thought it went great with her performance and the others. She had a great time performing with Coldplay and Bruno." 

Beyonce, Blue Ivy


We also can't stop gushing over the adorable behind-the-scenes photos of Bey, Jay and Blue Ivy at Levi's Stadium!

As mommy practiced her choreography out on an empty field ahead of the game, her daughter and hubby stood close by and watched in total awe. In fact, Jay Z was so proud of Beyonce, he reportedly sent his wife nearly 10,000 roses ahead of her big performance!

Now that's what we call love!

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