Jay-Z on raising Children with Beyoncé and their quarantine life

Ay-Z seldom gives interviews when he talks of family and life people listen.

The rapper/mogul recently talked to The Sunday Times (via Zoom) to market his new venture with Puma and discussed regarding life in accordance together with his celebrity wife Beyoncé, their 9-year-old daughter Blue Ivy and their soon to become 4-year-old twins Rumi and Sir.
“Initially it was time for all to sit down and actually connect, and actually concentrate on household and being together, and take this opportunity to find out more about each other,” he explained. “And after that, as it wore on, it is like,’OK, all right, what’s the new standard?'”

Not that their loved ones is what the majority people would consider normal. Jay-Z’s business acumen helped him to become hip’s first billionaire based on Forbes; there is apparently nothing that his singer/actress/mogul wife can not perform; and Blue Ivy became one of the most adorable Grammy winners this season after scoring a statue for work on her mother’s single”Brown Skin Girl.”

The stresses of getting two star parents could be enormous on kids, and Jay-Z told The Sunday Times”setting loved is the main thing a child wants, you understand?”
“Not’Here is this company that I will hand on to you, I’m producing for you,” he explained. “What if my kid does not wish to be in sports or music? I don’t have any idea, correct? However, so long as your child feels encouraged, and feels adored, I believe anything is possible”

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The 51-year-old said he is very mindful of the heritage his kids may feel as they need to live around, however he and his spouse have a program.
“Just make sure we offer a caring environment, be quite careful to who they need to be,” he explained. “It is simple for us, as human beings, to want our kids to perform specific things, but we don’t have any idea. We are just guides”