Credit: Christopher Polk/Getty Images for Clear Channel Photo: Jay-Z at the iHeartRadio Music Festival on September 23, 2011 in Las Vegas

But what if the rapper encounters a ridiculously unpleasant woman? Then what?

Jay-Z, who’s never exactly censored himself when it comes to his music, has promised to discontinue his use of the world “bitch” in a poem dedicated to his and Beyonce’s brand-new baby girl, Blue Ivy Carter.

He writes, "Before I got in the game, made a change, and got rich/I didn’t think hard about using the word ‘bitch’/I rapped, I flipped it, I sold it, I lived it/Now with my daughter in this world I curse those that give it."

That’s touching and all, but why didn’t he have a change of heart after taking Beyonce out of the “Single Ladies” game and putting a ring on it? After all, she’s a lady, too — and a damn impressive one at that.

Despite this small bit of hypocrisy, he continues, "No man will degrade her, or call her names. I'm so focused on your future, the degradation has passed. I wish you wealth, health, and insight. Forever young you may pass. Blue Ivy Carter, my angel."

This comes less than a week after Jay released a rap lullaby, “Glory,” also a tribute to his week-old daughter. The song, which features baby Blue Ivy’s cries at the end, debuted at Number 74 on the Billboard charts, making the little girl (B.I.C.) the youngest person to ever be credited on the charts.

One thing’s for sure: Blue Ivy is one unbelievably lucky Bey-Bey — "a pinch of Hov, a whole glass of B."

Source: NME

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