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Jay-Z's rep 'denies reports' that rapper is set to tone down his language

Jay-Z's rep is said to have denied reports that the rapper was set to ditch the word 'b*tch' after the recent birth of his daughter.

The rapper became a happy father earlier this month (January 7) after his partner Beyoncé gave birth to their first daughter together, Blue Ivy Carter.

Some sections of the media reported that Jay-Z was set to tone down his language as he settles into fatherhood - but according to TMZ founder Harvey Levin, his rep told him that the stories were inaccurate. Levin tweeted:

"We just spoke with Jay Z's rep...the story that he wont use the word bitches anymore since having the baby is B.S. He never said that."

It's not the first time the couple have been involved in accusations of false reporting since the birth of Blue Ivy, with a recent interview with Beyoncé - which had claimed to be world's first post-birth chat - shot down by the singer's representative, despite the magazine saying it is legit.




Listen to Jay-Z's 'Glory', an ode to his new daughter, below: