Despite their 9-year old daughter winning her first Grammy for the music video on Brown Skin Girl, Jay Z and Beyoncé will not force their kids into music.
The power couple who built a music empire together will instead be supporting their kids in whatever they want to achieve and do in life.
In an interview with The Times, the hip-hop mogul spoke about how the COVID-19 pandemic changed his priorities and shifted his focus to spending more time with his family.
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He touched on creating an environment where his children felt loved because it’s all children need. He didn’t feel there’s any merit in a parent simply handing over a business to their children.
His views are that children should be allowed to pursue their interests, whatever they may be. Whether recreationally or professionally.
“What if my child doesn’t want to be in music or sports? I have no idea, right? But as long as your child feels supported, and feels loved, I think anything is possible,” Jay Z explained.
Jay Z and Beyoncé have three children together, Blue Ivy is their eldest and they have 4-year old twins Rumi and Sir Carter.
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