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17 January 2012, 07:29 | Updated: 17 January 2012, 07:44
The 'Empire State Of Mind' rapper has allegedly written a poem promising not to use the 'b' word in his music anymore.
Jay-Z has reportedly vowed never to use the word b***h in his songs again in honour of his new-born daughter Blue Ivy Carter.
A poem allegedly penned by the '99 Problems' rapper emerged online yesterday (17th January) sees Jay-Z promising never to use the word again.
"Before I got in the game, made a change and got rich, I didn't think hard about using the word b***h," the poem reads. "I rapped, I flipped it, I sold it, I lived it. Now with my daughter in this world I curse those that give it."
"I never realized while on the fast track that I'd give riddance to the word b***h. To leave her innocence intact," Jay's verse continues. "No man will degrade her, or call her names. Forever young you may pass. Blue Ivy Carter, my angel."
The 'Empire State of Mind' rapper and wife Beyonce welcomed their first child, a daughter named Blue Ivy Carter, on 7th January.
Jay-Z released a brand new track called 'Glory' shortly after the birth, in which he pays tribute to his newborn daughter and raps about the "amazing feeling" of becoming a father.