Jay-Z: Blue Ivy Will Be "the Worst, Spoiled Little Kid Ever"

Celebrity Moms May. 7, 2012 AT 8:30AM
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It's not easy being father to one of the most famous, fabulous babies in the world!

Jay-Z opened up about first-time fatherhood -- to Blue Ivy, his fourth-month-old daughter with wife Beyonce -- on Sunday's episode of Oprah's Master Class: Special Edition on OWN.

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And the 43-year-old rapper and mogul (real name: Shawn Carter) admitted to Oprah Winfrey that he frets over his child's super-luxe upbringing.

"Well, I mean, everyone imagines they'll be a great dad," he confided. "Until they're teenagers saying, 'Get away from me, Dad. You're embarrassing me!' Right? Everyone imagines that, right?"

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The "Otis" rapper says that he has plenty of examples of positive child-rearing to draw from. "I imagine I'll take things I learned from my mom and things I've learned from raising my nephews and apply that," he continued, adding with a laugh: "Then at the end of the day, I just know I'll probably have the worst, spoiled little kid ever."

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Indeed, wife Beyonce, 30, was photographed last month toting Blue in a lavish faux-fur sling, and the singer also has a $559 Roberto Cavalli baby bag among her new-mommy accessories; the adorable little girl has already taken a trip (including a cruise on a yacht) to St. Bart's, and was seen wearing metallic, $66 Little Marc Jacobs Baby Mouse slippers. Pal Gwyneth Paltrow gifted the couple with a $979 stroller from Bugaboo. The little one (who splits her time between a huge Tribeca loft and a Scarsdale mansion) kicks back in a $3,500 lucite crib from NurseryWorks VETRO.

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