- Beyoncé's daughter Blue Ivy is showing off that she can do more than just sing, she's taken up modelling too
- Blue's grandmother, Tina Lawson, posted a clip on social media showing Blue modelling the latest Ivy Park line
- Social media users were impressed with Blue taking initiative in her own career and paving her own way
Beyoncé Knowles-Carter's baby girl Blue Ivy is showing the world that she is multitalented. Taking to social media, her grandmother Tina Lawson showed appreciation to Blue Ivy for strutting her stuff in the latest Ivy Park collection for kids.
"My beautiful grandbaby Blue Ivy looking like a little supermodel in her Ivy Park," said Tina.
Tina showed off just how proud she is of Blue Ivy and spoke about how she handled the modelling gig like a professional. According to Tina, Blue simply inserted herself into the shoot because she actually wasn't supposed to be in it.
Tina said that Blue decided that she wanted to be in the shoot and she didn't ask for permission. Beyoncé's daughter said:
"I'm not gonna tell you what I could do, I’m gonna show you."
Tina said that she loves Blue Ivy's aggressive spirit and that she's really proud of her granddaughter. Take a look at the reactions from Instagram below:
"She's gonna be taller than her mama."
"Blue is the boss. Period."
"Blue is just a natural, like her parents."
"She owned it. Watch out Bey Blue coming through."
In other Beyoncé news, Briefly.co.za reported that Beyoncé and Jay Z enjoyed Valentine’s Day with wine worth over R20 000. Beyoncé and Jay Z are a power couple and it’s no doubt they have power couple money.
However, it always comes as a surprise when they show off exactly how much moola they’re rolling in. The couple recently celebrated Valentine’s Day with a lavish dinner and saw them enjoying a bottle of Masseto Tenuta DellOrnellaia wine, which trades at over R20 000.
When a curious social media user googled the price of the wine, they discovered that the luxury alcohol brand can go up to R46 000.
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