Swizz Beatz Says Men Should Not Be Jealous Of Their Successful Wives, Forced To Defend Himself

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Swizz Beatz and Alicia Keys recently made a trip to Egypt and delivered an update.

Swizz uploaded a picture in which he is seen shielding Alicia from the sun with an umbrella as they have the Egyptian pyramids in the background.

“Attention all MEN‼️ You shouldn’t be jealous or upset if you have a Queen that’s successful , Smarter or better than you,” Beatz wrote in the caption. “What you should do is thank the most high or step your game up! I can’t stand when I see brothers jealous of the lady they’re with that shit is very weak!!!!! #Realtalk Lady’s keep doing you.”

Swizz is one of the most impactful producers and songwriters of all time. He has earned five Grammy nominations, won one, and has produced iconic tracks, like DMX’s “Ruff Ryders’ Anthem,” Eve’s “Tambourine,” T.I.’s “Bring Em Out,” and DMX’s “Party Up (Up In Here),” Alicia Keys is also a 15-time Grammy-winning singer/songwriter who continues to put out great albums.

Tyrese also agreed in the comments section, saying that it was “The realest of talk. My wife has clearly took me up on so many levels.”

Back in 2010, Tifrere, Swizz’s ex, addressed her addressed their situation in a magazine article.

“We were married,” she said. “Sleeping in the same bed and having sex every night while he was seeing Alicia. Okay? It was an affair. 100 percent. I don’t know why people want to change that rule so much. We had just had a kid, for crying out loud. Our child was 8 months. I found out about Alicia two days before my son turned 1. They had been doing their thing for months before that.”

Swizz Beatz responded to the accusations.


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#SwizzBeatz #SteppedIntoTheShadeRoom to say stop speaking on his blended family, they’re good.

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