Queen Bey’s twins, said to have been born mid-June, are to be named Rumi and Sir Carter.
And the music industry power couple have reportedly sought trademark protection for the names of the new kids on the Beyhive block before announcing publicly what they are called.
The company that owns trademarks to the performers’ own names is said to have filed legal documents for “Rumi Carter” and “Sir Carter” a week ago.
But the Carter twins are a moerse bandaid for the baby daddy with roaming eye-hand co-ordination.
First Bey told the whole world about her hubby’s extra-marital slegtery when she sang about “Becky with the good hair” in her album Lemonade.
Now Jay Z outed his infidelity in their nine-year marriage in his latest album 4:44.
Some of the lyrics on intimate title track 4:44 directly address Jay Z’s guilt over past cheating, and his feelings towards the couple’s three children.
It reads: “I apologize often womanize / Took for my child to be born / See through a woman’s eyes / Took for these natural twins to believe in miracles / Took me too long for this song / I don’t deserve you.”
Elsewhere on the album, Jay Z, whose real name is Shawn Carter, references the fact that the couple suffered through several miscarriages together, and appears to regret his own absence during this time.
He also expresses severe guilt over the thought of his kids finding out about his mistakes, and shame at the fact he risked his marriage and family life.
The title of the song, which is four minutes and 44 seconds long, and the album itself, has a personal significance to the music star and his wife, who also chose to title her fourth album, released in 2011, “4”.
“My birthday is on the fourth,” Beyoncé said at the time. “My mother’s birthday is on the fourth. My husband’s birthday is on the fourth. I got married on the fourth.”