News: Nas Finds His Way To Destiny, Baby Mother Backs Off Tweet Disses

Tuesday, May 1, 2012 3:15PM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

New York rap veteran Nas looked past criticism from his ex-girlfriend and baby mother, Carmen Bryan, over his "Daughters" record and spent time with his 17 year-old Destiny over the weekend.

Destiny took to her Twitter page and dished out her weekend adventure alongside "God's Son."

"Hangin wit dad today..." she tweeted April 29th.
"Used my dads deodorant & Cologne. Now I'm waken round smelling like a grown man"
"Me: I hate wen I spit out the window n the wind blows n it hits me in my face. Dad: ugh Des get out my car. Lmao"
"Now I'm jus somebody yu used too know" (Destiny Jones' Twitter)

After catching heat over discussing Nas' "Daughters" record, Bryan recently promised to silence her comments.

Bryan's condemnation of 'Daughters' didn't sit well with fans of Nas who flooded her page with criticism of her position and requests to clarify her views, but after responding to only a few of the many negative responses her comments received, Bryan noted that she would no longer discuss the track following Destiny's wishes. "At this time I am going to honor my daughter's request and not validate the song by commenting on it any further," Bryan wrote. (This Beat Goes)

She previously took to Twitter and aired out her issues with Nasty Nas' track.

"Just heard "Daughters" by Nas. What a disappointment! He had nothing positive to say about our daughter and his depiction of her is false!," she allegedly tweeted April 26th. (Carmen Bryan's Twitter)

Last week, Nas detailed the motivation behind penning his "Daughters" single.

The track has God's Son rhyming about his 17-year-old daughter writing letters to a man in jail, posting pictures of a box of condoms on a social network and him partially blaming himself for some of her risqué behavior for not being more strict. In all, Nas told XXL that the record was written and performed with love and honesty. "Yeah man, I guess we're starting to give you the next chapter," Nas explained. "It's like a story in a way. We're about to give you the next records and give the people the album. That's just opening up the album to people, it's go time. We started, 'Nasty' been out there for a long time. Then 'The Don' that video should drop this week. Then, we open. The book is open. The movie begins. So 'Daughters' is like welcome to my world." (XXL Mag)

Check out "Daughters" below:

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