Nas' baby mama isn't very happy with his new single "Daughters."
Carmen Bryan, mother of his daughter Destiny, tweeted her discontent with the song and its references to their teenage daughter.
On the track, the Queens rapper discusses his daughter's behavior. "I saw my daughter send a letter to some boy her age who locked up/first I regretted it then caught my rage/ like how could I not protect her from this awful phase?" He even went on to mention an incident involving the 17-year-old posting pictures of condoms on a social network.
"Just heard 'Daughters' by Nas," she tweeted. "What a disappointment! He had nothing positive to say about our daughter and his depiction of her is false!”
She continued “Perhaps her father should be talking to her and spending more time with her so he can really get to know her…Destiny will be 18 in 2 months. Over it!”
She went on to question the impact the song may have on their daughter. “Ques? do u really think Destiny appreciated that song? Seriously…..Destiny is still a child-it was the wrong platform,” she said. “…he’s not speaking on it-he’s rapping about it. There’s a huge difference and I don’t respect it. Destiny is extremely talented, caring and has a huge heart, none of those things were mentioned. I’m proud of her.”
"Daughters" is the latest single off Nas' forthcoming album, Life Is Good, which will be dropping July 17. -- Jazmine Gray