Love It! Daughters of Lil Wayne And Birdman Team Up To Publish Teen Book

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January 21, 2013 ‐ By Jazmine Denise Rogers
Source: Instagram

Source: Instagram

Reginae Carter has blossomed into a beautiful young lady right before our eyes.  Although she’s the daughter of rapper Lil Wayne and reality star Toya Wright, she doesn’t appear to be looking to get by on the star power of her parents. At just 14 years old, she’s proven that she intends to blaze her own trail.  Reginae and Birdman’s daughter Bria Williams have decided to put their creative minds together and pen a teen book. The upcoming book is entitled Paparazzi Princesses.The fictional novel will be published by Simon & Schuster in conjunction with Cash Money Content. The book’s description, which appears on the Simon & Schuster website reads:

“In the tradition of Drama HighThe Clique, and the Gossip Girl series, welcome to the world of the Paparazzi Princesses. Money and designer clothes. Fame and red carpets. VIP concert tickets. Expensive parties. That’s the good stuff…but being the daughter of a music mogul or a famous rapper isn’t easy.

Step inside the lives of Kayla Jones and Promise Walker. As the daughters of two legends of rap music, trips, cash, designer labels, and famous friends are just business as usual. But so are the high expectations of super-successful parents, the drama of having two-faced friends, the not-always welcome glare of constant media attention, and the hurt of narsty gossip. Kayla and Promise face a daily struggle to figure out who to trust. To make matters worse, sometimes they’re not even sure of each other!”

Reginae took to her Twitter account over the weekend to express her excitement surrounding the upcoming book.

“Just wrapped the cover shoot for me and @briawilliams1 book ! Stay tuned my wonderful reginaetors ?#YMCMP”

Paparazzi Princesses is set to release June of 2013. I think this idea is absolutely adorable. I’m sure the parents of both girls are really proud of them. It’s beautiful to see how much Toya, Wayne and Baby invest in the creativity of their children.

Jazmine Denise is a news writer for Madame Noire. Follow her on Twitter @jazminedenise

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  • realadulttalk

    Wonderful! Have there been any similar books since The Cheetah Girls? I think this is a market with a lot of open space. Plus I’m an advocate of reading–something more kids should be doing.

  • JaneDoe

    Good keep it positive.. Both girls are young, beautiful, and very blessed. It’s never too young to instill a business foundation in your children