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An update now Jay Z. is talking about why he did not stand for the national anthem during the Superbowl JZ says he was not to making a political statement when he stayed seated during the national anthem at the Super Bowl the rapper says he neglected to stand because he was closely watching demi Lovato's performance which he had a hand in producing he cleared the air during a Q. and a session at Columbia University saying quote we get there and we immediately jump into artist mode so now I'm just really looking at the show did the Mike start was it too low to start despite this the rapper says he chose Colombian singer Shakira and Jennifer Lopez for the halftime show to make the quote the loudest protest of