Photo Credit: Paul Zimmerman/WireImage; Gwyneth Paltrow via Twitter
Gwyneth Paltrow recently tweeted a photo of her kids at a Jay-Z and Kanye West "Watch the Throne" show in London's O2 arena. Apple, 8, and Moses, 6, are pictured with their hands in the air making Jay-Z's diamond hand sign. The caption: "Yup. Uncle Jay at the O2."
We're guessing that the answer to "what age can kids see their first rock concert" is probably different when your dad's Coldplay frontman Chris Martin -- and your parents are close friends with Beyonce and Jay-Z. "Yes, it's true; My kids call Jay-Z 'Uncle Jay," Paltrow said in 2009, according to People.
But we're curious about how Gwyneth -- who seems like a pretty normal mom (despite the whole bath thing) -- handles explaining lyrics like this to her kids: "Shorty right there/That's my b*tch/I paid for them titties, get your own/It ain't safe in the city, watch the throne."
Aren't they a little young for that? We struggle to find grown-up music that we can share with our kids (here are five smart ways to do it). We would love to know how the Martin family negotiates that fine line.