Jay Z escaped divorce long ago, after betraying his wife, Beyonce.
But the Grammy Awards winner has never come to tell the truth that he left her, writes DailyMail.
That changed on Wednesday when hip-hop legend, 47, was down with Dean Baquet from The New York Times for a very visible conversation.
New York-born entrepreneur not only admitted he was treacherous to his wife for nine years, but hit singer “Young Everever” also said the therapy kept them away from divorce.
He also touched his difficult friendship with Kanye West, but stepped out of his way to insist that he would always love Kim Kardashian’s husband and that they would laugh at these jokes when they were 89.
Jay Z started talking about unfaithfulness when he addressed the wounds he still has in his past.
These wounds led to him to overturn his wife’s anguish. And this made Beyonce make him a dedication to the song “Lemonade”.
“You have to survive. So you go in survival mode, and when you go to survival, what’s happening? You close all the emotions. So even with women, they will be shut down emotionally, so you can not connect. … In my case, it’s deep. And then all things happen from there: the wickedness “said the rapper.
He never appointed a woman to whom he was deceived. Beyonce has called her ‘Becky with good hair’.
First she touched his defeat in the song “Lemonade”.
Then he addressed her with the project “4:44” which brought him a little later.
But Jay-Z said it was not planned that way and they would make a joint album.
“We were using our art almost as a therapy session. And we began to make music together. And then the music we were doing at the time was further. So her album came in comparison to the common album we were working on.
‘I was very proud of the music she did and she was really proud of the art I left. And, you know, at the end of the day, we really have a healthy respect for one another’s handicrafts. I think it is amazing.
And Jay Z even implied that they might have been divorced.
“You know, most people leave, and, like, the divorce rate is like 50 percent or something most people can not see for themselves.
“The hardest thing is to see the pain in someone’s face that you’ve caused, and then you have to deal with yourself.”
Jay-Z also took the time to talk about those wounds and how he faced them with the help of therapy.
“I grew so much from experience,” he said.
‘But I think the most important thing I have is that everything is connected. Every emotion is connected and comes from somewhere. And just by being aware of it. You know, you understand that if someone is racist to you, this is not for you.
“It’s about their education and what’s happened to them, and how it has led them to this point. You know, most abusers force you. It just happens. “Oh, you’re excited as a kid so you’re trying to force me.” I understand”.
That sense has made it soften.
“I was just saying there was a lot of prejudice in the neighborhood where I grew up,” What are you looking at, why are you looking at me, are you looking at me? “, Jay-Z further pointed out, recalling the prejudices that were made in childhood.