Roc Nation rapper Jay Electronica is taking a unique approach to raising his child. The hip-hop veteran is reportedly homeschooling his and ex-girlfriend Erykah Badu’s mini-me.

Last night, Badu went to Instagram to speak on the value of parents homeschooling their kids and credited Elect for teaching multiple lessons.

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♥️Home School Post ❤️ Peace to homeschooling parents and students. Sending BIG love to you from us. Good job. Home school. They deserve it. And to those of you who have been there and know when to get additional help and are following your hearts while paying attention to the needs of your little ones …praises to you as well. It’s not an easy task. All my children have been thru Badu school. They know the drill. The whole family gotta get involved. When Big bro comes home from college (Botany major) he teaches botany and psychology. When daddy is home @jayelectronica he teaches world / planetary history and geography. When big sis (9th grade ) is done with her work she teaches art and French. I’ll handle the Physics, Math, Lit, Sociology, Health science , Astronomy, Astrology, Meditation, Religion, Economics, Art appreciation, Film making, Quantum Science, Molecular Physics… etc… But our main focus is human compassion or Matters of the heart. 💗We are guiding Mars to see the world through her own lens. She will understand that she must experience the consequences of her own choices and judgements. It is not necessary that she becomes a mini erica or mini jay. After all, we are still becoming. Lots of love . ( thank you to all my friends that lend a hand from their areas of expertise !! i appreciate you ) -eb

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Last fall, Electronica shocked fans by reactivating his Twitter and Instagram accounts.

Back in mid-September, Jay Elect pulled the plug on both his Twitter and Instagram pages after firing off some disses toward rap star Eminem.

Jay Electronica is no longer on Twitter. His disappearance follows a pair of barbed tweets aimed at Eminem last Friday (September 14). In the tweets, Jay had criticized Em’s “Killshot” lyrics, which allude to the unfounded rumor that Diddy ordered Tupac’s death. An Instagram account associated with Jay has also been deleted. (Pitchfork)