Rapper Jay-Z has confirmed what most of the world already knew to be true — his daughter, Blue Ivy Carter, is living in the lap of luxury.
In a verse on rapper Rick Ross’ new single, 3 Kings, Jay-Z brags about his daughter’s lavish lifestyle.
“Y’all should know by now, if you don’t know/Millions on the wall in all my rooms,” his lyrics say. “N–gas couldn’t f–k with my daughter’s room, N–gas couldn’t walk in my daughter’s socks. Banksy bitches, Basquiat!”
The news of Blue Ivy’s “life of luxury” comes as no surprise to those who have followed the youngster since her birth in January.
After buying reportedly over $1.5 million worth of gifts — including a $600k solid gold rocking horse, a $30,000 magical windmill playhouse for the garden, a $3500 lucite crib and a $15,000 diamond-encrusted high chair — for his daughter in the first few months of her life, Jay-Z appeared on the Oprah Winfrey show in May to talk about his parenting philosophy.
“I imagine I’ll take things I learned from my mom and things I’ve learned from raising my nephews and apply that,” the 42-year-old explained, adding, “then at the end of the day, I just know I’ll probably have the worst, spoiled little kid ever.”
Listen as Jay-Z brags about Blue Ivy’s lux lifestyle in the song 3 Kings below (WARNING: Song contains explicit lyrics):
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