JAY-Z DID NOT VOW TO STOP USING PROFANITY IN SONGS
After the birth of Blue Ivy and release of “Glory” it was rumored that rapper Jay-Z had taken a solemn vow to stop using derogatory language in his songs. Jay’s publicist, however, has confirmed that such rumors are not true.
Rolling Stone says, “Despite widespread reports, Jay-Z has apparently made no claim that he’ll stop using the word ‘b****’ in his lyrics following the birth of his daughter. The story ‘is B.S.,’ TMZ founder Harvey Levin tweeted earlier today, citing one of the rapper’s representatives as his source.”
The rumor began when W.E.N.N. claimed to have obtained a poem by the rapper that spoke of his desire to refine song lyrics. Many fans questioned the authenticity of the poem when it was released.