Is it over for H.O.V.A.?

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is asking a Manhattan federal judge to enforce a subpoena issued to Shawn Carter, better known by his stage name Jay-Z (and who frequently name-checks himself as “H.O.V.A.” on stage), to testify before the commission in an investigation into a company he sold a clothing line to a decade ago.

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