The power couple of the century have been on ‘10‘ for what seems like forever. Now that Beyonce is expecting, it’s Jay-Z’s face we see in the celebrity light. He covers the latest ‘Men of the Year’ issue for GQ Magazine (this is his second cover for the publication’s special edition) and tells them what he plans to do to be a great father factor in his little ones life.
On the scars his dad left him. “My dad was such a good dad that when he left, he left a huge scar. He was my superhero. [I finally talked to him about] what it did to me and asked him why. There was no real answer. There was nothing he could say, because there was no excuse for that. There really isn’t. So there was nothing he could say to satisfy me, except to hear me out. And it was up to me to forgive and let go.”
On how he will be different. “Being there — that’s more important. I mean, we see that. We see that with all these rich socialites. They’re crying out for attention; they’re hurting for love. I’m not being judgmental — I’m just making an observation. They’re crying out for the love that maybe they didn’t get at home, and they got everything.”
Statistics have shown that the cycle of fatherhood is either repeated or changed. I’m stoked that Jay-Z is determined to change it. Can’t wait for the Dad and baby Bey pictures.
Check out the other covers for GQ moty issue.
[source - GQ Magazine]