Jay-Z said he turned down the 2020 halftime show after the NFL told him he had to bring Rihanna and Kanye West on stage to perform their 2009 collab of "Run This Town." He said, "That is not how you go about it, telling someone that they’re going to do the halftime show contingent on who they bring. I said forget it. It was a principle thing."

This technology company is ahead of their time. Robots make cars and other products. Why can’t they make pizza. Jay Z, who is still married to Beyonce since 2008, has decided to put 16.5 million dollars into a start up company that makes pizza. This company consist of a food truck that has robotics in the back which makes pizza under five minutes. Check out the video below. It explains how each pizza is made in the back of the truck. The best part of this idea is the rapidness and connivence. The cost of each pizza is $7.00.

The people behind this creation are former SpaceX engineers. Benson Tsai, Brian Langone, and James Wahawisan, along with 20 other fellow SpaceX employees, bring together a combined 100 years of rocket science experience to the venture. A launch is slated at the University of California this Fall. This was according to Allhiphop.com.

The truck arrives in your neighborhood and makes pizza from scratch with topping included under five minutes. You would have to order the pizza through the app and the robotics bake, boxes and even cuts the pizza.

“What we’re trying to do is very hard, I needed to recruit the best and the brightest to develop a mobile pizza machine that is basically a spaceship on wheels. I can’t even count the number of pizzas I’ve eaten,” said Benson Tsai, CEO of Stellar Pizza.

This idea reminds me of the ice cream truck that would drive through your neighborhood. But instead of selling you ice cream, it will be pizza instead. With this idea catch on with the general public? I thinks its a great idea but if the pizza is not good then I’m not buying it. Jay Z is now becoming a full time venture capitalist. He continues to invest in start up companies.