Jay-Z raps about daughter Blue Ivy's charmed life in latest song
Proud dad Jay-Z already gave a shout out to his daughter Blue Ivy Carter on his hit single ‘Glory’ shortly after she was born, and now the six-month-old tot is back, making an appearance on the hip-hop star’s latest track.
In the song ‘3 Kings’ featuring Rick Ross and Dr. Dre, Jay-Z boasts about the ‘millions’ hanging on his walls (referring to his Basquait paintings) before adding that his critics ‘couldn’t f*** with my daughter’s room’ or ‘walk in my daughter’s socks.’
It’s no surprise that little Blue Ivy is already becoming accustomed to a lavish life considering her parents are two of the biggest musicians on the planet.
The only child of Jay-Z and Beyonce Knowles already has the very best clothes, accessories and furniture – including one rather expensive $3,500 cot.
In May, Jay opened up to friend Oprah Winfrey about his parenting techniques, explaining: ‘Well, I mean, everyone imagines they’ll be a great dad. Until they’re teenagers saying, “Get away from me, Dad. You’re embarrassing me!” Right? Everyone imagines that, right?’
Adding: ‘I imagine I’ll take things I learned from my mum and things I’ve learned from raising my nephews and apply that,’ before admitting: ‘Then at the end of the day, I just know I’ll probably have the worst, spoiled little kid ever.’
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