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(Yahoo!) - Jay Z's Los Angeles stop for his Magna Carta World Tour attracted Hollywood heavyweights Monday night.

New parents, fellow rapper Wiz Khalifa and his wife, model Amber Rose, showed their support. Beyoncé's Destiny's Child sister Kelly Rowland arrived with Tim Witherspoon, her manager and newly announced fiancé.

"Twilight" star Taylor Lautner and "50/50" actress Marie Avgeropoulos attended as well as Nicki Minaj, Paris Hilton and Khole Kardashian.

During Jay Z's concert at the Staples Center, he dedicated his song "Young Forever" to Nelson Mandela, the former South African president and anti-apartheid activist who succumbed to a lung infection Wednesday.

"We want to dedicate this song to Nelson Mandela," Jay Z said as images of the iconic leader were projected on a video screen. "Great man. Spent 27 years in prison. Came out to be president. All dreams are possible. Tonight I'm living my dream in front of y'all. So anybody out there got a dream y'all chase that maf—ker down as far as you can. Let that great man stand as an example of what you can do."

Last week, Beyoncé posted on her Instagram page a photo of herself, Jay Z, Mandela and his widow Graça Machel.

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