The Names Jay Z And Beyonce Gave Their Twins Is Not As Weird As It Sounds
Since midnight last night, the hip-hop world has been bustling as it would when any legend makes a return to his throne. But not only does JAY-Z‘s 4:44 provide several quotable lyrics, it also offers a front row seat to some of his most personal thoughts. Earlier today, another part of his personal life was revealed. We now know that Hova and Beyonce welcomed Rumi and Sir Carter to their family earlier this month.
As untouchable as JAY-Z may seem in public, the last 24 hours alone have made him feel way more accessible than he has in a while. Maybe since his last subway trip. With the combination of insight into his former self via 4:44 and now a current update on his life, it may feel like your best friend just came back home from a long trip abroad and you guys have a lot to catch up on.
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TMZ reports that lawyers for the company that owns the trademarks to the superstar couple’s names filed documents to make sure Rumi and Sir Carter’s names have the same legal protection. The trademarks the company owns are for fragrances, cosmetics, key chains, baby teething rings, strollers, mugs, water bottles, hair ribbons, playing cards, tote bags, sports balls and rattles and novelty items.
When Blue Ivy was born in 2012, it took only two days until she had her first guest appearance on a track, “Glory,” We’ll see if JAY-Z or even Beyonce gets inspired to invite the new twins into the booth for a new track.
Doesn’t seem like the genders of the twins have been revealed yet, but considering both names appear to be for boys, perhaps Hov has his first set of little guys in the house.