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Fans React After Rumors Spread That Beyonce And Jay-Z Might Name Their Baby After An Accomplished Poet

Jay-Z and Beyonce haven’t yet revealed what they are going to name their twins. According to some trusted sources, they are a boy and a girl. Rumors are circulating that the son might be named Sir Carter and the daughter named Rumi.

Jay-Z is only but one of the top celebrities that have settled on the name Rumi for their children. Josie Maran in the year 2006 went ahead to name the daughter Rumi. The most surprising part about the names lies in the fact that they do not seem to feature in the top 1,000 names for any year of birth after doing some digging up back to 1900.

A lot of the interested parties have been asking questions. They have been seeking to strike an understanding in regards to the basis of the couple settling for the names. As a matter of fact, you will rarely hear about the name Rumi and some researchers classify it as a unisex name. Of course the name is of more distinct femine origins. However, one of the most famous bearers of the name is a male according to the People.

The thirteenth-century witnessed a Persian thinker and writer by the name Jalāl ad-Dīn Muhammad Rūmī. He went down the records as great thinker that contributed a lot to languages and literature. This was through his numerous top works. It is unbelievable to many that to this moment no one has ever come up to challenge his great title f being the best-selling poet in the U.S.

A lot of people wish to take the stand that Beyonce chose Rumi for a name in line with the reputation of the accomplished poet. However, some others might take a completely different stand and choose to observe it from the perspective that Jay- Z settled for the name of his favorite rapper.

Sir the Baptist while recently speaking to some top news reporters said, “While I was performing ‘Heaven’ at Made in America, I saw a golf cart pull up during the set. I walked off behind the stage to head back to the dressing room and JAY-Z walked right up to me and said, ‘Sir, I love your story and I’m following you. Congratulations on a great set.’”