Beyonce Had Miscarriage Before Blue Ivy

The always busy hop-hop mogul Jay-Z not only had his first born this week, but he also released a new song today called "Glory," where he reveals his wife Beyonce, had a miscarriage prior to their newborn.

Jay rapped in the song, "Last time the miscarriage was so tragic/We was afraid you'd disappear/But nah baby you magic."

The beat, produced by Pharrell, shows a different side of Jay-Z, perhaps his newly discovered fatherly side.

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"The most amazing feeling I feel, words can’t describe what I’m feeling for real / Baby, I paint the sky blue, my greatest creation was you," said the rapper in the song.

He uses this song as an intro to the world for his daughter as he throws away his bravado and hustler ambitions to be a proud dad.

The song even includes actual audio of baby Blue Ivy crying toward the end.

The stars' baby, Blue Ivy Carter, became a trending topic on Twitter as fans and tweeters from all over the world were commenting on the strangeness of the name and then its origin.

The baby's name came from Jay's love of the color blue and the success he has had with his Blueprint albums. Ivy comes from the number four (IV). The number four is Beyonce’s special number that reoccurs in her life.

They provided their own symbolism and methods for the name. Blue has four letters as well.

This symbolism in the name drew out comparisons to claims that the couple was in the Illuminati or Free Mason Society.

Allegations from all over the web, mostly Twitter, proclaimed the child as Lucifer's daughter.

"Jay-Z & Beyonce named their daughter Ivy Blue, Ivy Blue = Eulb Yvi, which was the name of lucifer's daughter in latin !" Twitter user MrZou posted Sunday.

A search of these terms in Latin does not match up to what is being claimed. The Lantern reports, "The English "Lucifer" comes from a combination of two Latin base words, "lucem ferre," which roughly translates to "bringer of light." "Daughter," in Latin, is "filia."

Also, "elub," is not a Latin word.

"It may sound a little arrogant, but I just think people can't handle when somebody else is successful," said Jay-Z to Delta Sky Magazine. "Something has gotta be wrong; you gotta be down with some higher power. And I guess when someone else is successful; it makes you feel like maybe you're a failure. So it can't be you, it has to be some other force."

Listen to the song here

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