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In the new issue of Rollingstone magazine Jay-Z opens up about his first time in therapy and what his most frustrating meeting was as President of Def Jam (here’s a clue “all of them.”)

While Hov and Bey are typically tight-lipped about their marriage Jay-Z does share one story about their conflicting tastes in art:

“…Jay reveals his superstar better half vetoed a piece of artwork he’d bought for their 8,000-square-foot Tribeca penthouse. The black-and-white Laurie Simmons photograph in question depicted “a noirishly lit pistol with a pair of women’s legs emerging from the handle…


Beyoncé sent it back and had it replaced with a similar Simmons piece, only depicting a perfume bottle instead of a gun…”


You can read more of “How Jay-Z Became King of America” at Rollingstone.com.

Props to Nahright and 2dopeboyz

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