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When it was announced that Jay-Z would appear on David Letterman's Netflix venture My Next Guest Needs No Introduction, a curiosity naturally arose: Would the two talk about infidelity?
Letterman, at the helm of the Late Show in 2009, revealed to viewers that he was being blackmailed by someone who knew he had s*x with female staffers. Days later, he apologized to Regina Lasko, his wife and mother to his now 14-year-old son Harry, for the hurt he had caused.
Suspicions that Jay-Z has strayed during his marriage to Beyoncé grew after the Queen Bey dropped Lemonade in 2016 with songs seemingly about working through an affair. The rapper copped to “infidelity” in an interview with The New York Times' T Magazine published in November.
Early in their Next Guest conversation, Letterman joked that Jay-Z was his “twin,” but it isn't until their chat nears its end that the host brings up their overlapping transgression.
“I did something that I had no business doing, and I regret it, and since then I have tried to acknowledge that mistake and be a better person,” Letterman says, without giving specifics of the incident. “You can only stop behavior that was hurting people and apologize for it and try to continue to be a better person.”