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Jay Z's got a pretty good life. He's married to Beyoncé. He has an adorable daughter named Blue Ivy. Yesterday, he launched a streaming service to rival Spotify with some of the heaviest hitters in the game. He's not a businessman, he's a business, man. There's just the lingering issue of those 99 problems he once rapped read
Twitter bios: They're digital calling cards for the modern age. They're a Twitter user's chance to summarize him or herself perfectly and punchily in a few pithy statements. They're quippy taglines for the self-promotion era. Some celebrities get them oh-so-right. Actor Adam Scott, for example, deems himself a read