"[A] young man got killed in Queens named Chinx," the rap mogul told his packed audience at Terminal 5 in New York, as seen in a Vine posted by MTV Hip-Hop. He went on to say, "We are seriously under attack like never before. Rest in peace to Chinx. And we still killing each other. We need to understand that we are kings and queens."
Watch Jay Z Pay Respects to Slain Rapper Chinx During Second Tidal Concert