There may be an upcoming wedding in the hip-hop world, but don’t get excited just yet, because it won’t be for quite a while. Amber Rose, the wife of rapper Wiz Khalifa, said via Twitter that her 6-month-old son Sebastian is going to end up marrying Beyonce’s 18-month-old daughter Blue Ivy.
Over the weekend, the 31-year-old beauty headlined her husband Jay-Z ‘Budweiser Made in America’ festival in Philadelphia, performing a 90-minute-set on Saturday of her hit songs such as “Crazy in Love” in front of 50,000 fans. Afterwards, Rose, 29, and Beyonce got to chat backstage about motherhood.
Apparently they spoke about their babies walking down the aisle when they get older, as Rose tweeted, “My sweetheart @beyonce and I chopped it up about Bash & Blue Ivy they’re gonna get married 1 day…Bash likes older women Lol [sic].”
Rose’s son may have some competition, however, after singer Alicia Keys admitted to Wendy Williams back in February that her 2-and-a-half-year old son Egypt and Blue Ivy have play dates. But by the sound of it, father Jay-Z is very protective and not interested in any other male taking Blue Ivy away from him.
Wendy Williams asked what happens when Egypt and Blue Ivy have play dates, and Keys admitted, “Egypt kissed Blue, and I don’t think Jay liked it very much. He called my husband, and he was like, ‘Watch your son.’”
In addition to already have male suitors, Blue Ivy is certainly living the good life, as Jay-Z told talk show host Oprah Winfrey last year, "At the end of the day, I just know I'll probably have the worst, most spoiled little kid ever."
The New York Post reported that the rapper spent $600,000 on a solid-gold, handmade horse from Japanese jeweler Ginza Tanaka for Blue Ivy, and Beyoncé and Jay-Z reportedly spent $1.5 million on gifts for their daughter when she was born.
And over the weekend, Blue Ivy headed to Ibiza with her parents on a yacht as Beyonce and Jay-Z celebrated the second successful ‘Made in America’ fesitival in a row.
Amethyst Tate graduated summa cum laude from Middlebury College with a B.A. in Sociology/Anthropology. During her time at IBT, her articles have been sourced by various...