Jay-Z's publicist denies rapper has dropped the word 'bitch' from his lyrics

Spokesperson dismisses claims just hours after Beyonce's first post-baby interview is branded 'made up'

Jay-Z's publicist denies rapper has dropped the word 'bitch' from his lyrics
Jay-Z's publicist has denied claims that the rapper has vowed to drop the word "bitch" from his lyrics following the birth of his baby daughter.

The star, who celebrated the birth of his first child with wife Beyonce earlier this month, released a poem dedicated to his daughter, Blue Ivy Carter, in which he promises never to use the term again, according to W.E.N.N.

But a spokesperson for the rapper denied the claims according to TMZ founder Harvey Levin.

He wrote on his Twitter page Twitter.com/harveylevintmz:

We just spoke with Jay Z's rep. The story that he won't use the word bitches anymore since having the baby is B.S. He never said that.



The denial comes just hours after a spokesperson for Beyonce branded her alleged first interview since giving birth as "fake".

Blue Ivy Carter became the youngest person ever to be credited on the US Billboard chart last week.

Jay-Z released a new track earlier this week which is titled 'Glory' and is dedicated to his daughter. The track features her coos and cries, for which she is officially credited and entered the Billboard Chart at Number 74, the highest new entry on the chart this week.

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