Beyoncé: 11 year old Blue Ivy Saw All of the Online HATE About Her Dancing At Renaissance!

Tiffany Brockworth |

Blue Ivy is on the internet, and she’s been reading all the terrible hateful comments that people have been making about her dancing on Beyonce’s Renaissance tour.

Media Take Out learned that Beyonce opened up about her daughter facing online bullying in a new interview. But Blue didn’t;t let the haters bring her down.

In Beyonce’s movie, Blue Ivy is seen working harder and harder, to prove the haters wrong. She definitely has her mothers spirit and drive.

Here’s a snippet from a recent review of Beyonce’s new movie:

Turns out, Blue Ivy’s performance was only supposed to be a one-off, and even that took some negotiating.

“She told me she was ready to perform, and I told her no,” Beyoncé says in the film. Though she finally relented, Beyonce was dismayed when Blue Ivy read comments on social media that criticized her lackluster moves. But it thrilled her mother that instead of quitting, she decided to put in the work and
train even harder for future stops.

Blue Ivy Carter is an American singer. She is the first-born daughter of musicians Jay-Z and Beyoncé. Two days after her birth, Time dubbed Blue Ivy Carter “the most famous baby in the world.” That same day, her vocals were featured on the song “Glory”, by her father Jay-Z, which earned her a Guinness World Record for being the youngest person to have a charted song on any Billboard chart. She has been the subject of depictions in media, including impersonations on Saturday Night Live and RuPaul’s Drag Race.

In 2020, she was featured on “Brown Skin Girl”, a single by her mother Beyoncé, alongside Wizkid and Saint Jhn. The song won her accolades including an NAACP Image Award; the BET Her Award, making her the youngest winner of a BET Award; and a Grammy Award for Best Music Video for the same song, which earned her another Guinness World Record for being the youngest individually credited Grammy Award winner, and the second youngest overall.

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