Beyoncé and Jay-Z have been wowing their fans with their On The Run II tour that started earlier this month.
Not only have they shown videos portraying themselves at their vows renewal ceremony but also shared photos of them with little-to-no clothes on. However, during a recent concert, the member of the family who stole the show was Blue Ivy, their oldest daughter.
In the concert held in London on June 16, the 6-year-old girl was recorded next to a friend enjoying the music. At one point, Blue and her friend were moving her hands up and down following the rhythm.
Blue decided to change the movement, so she started using the Roc Nation symbol - a pyramid made with the hands - which is the name of her father's entertainment company and the symbol is used by Jay-Z and Beyoncé often when they perform.
When Blue noticed that her friend wasn’t doing the same, she tapped her on her arm and taught her how to do it. The video was shared by a Twitter account of one of the hundreds of Jay-Z fan pages.
They pointed out that Blue’s friend was Madison Brown, the daughter and ‘heiress’ of Roc Nation’s CEO Jay Brown. As soon as the video was uploaded, people retweeted it and added their thoughts.
One of them was Twitter user Kolette Allen, who admitted that Blue was ‘much cooler’ than all of her friends. Universal Love, another Twitter user, confessed that they respect the Carters and that when Beyoncé and Jaz-Z retire, their children would take over.
As Elle reported, Blue Ivy is more involved in their parent’s career than most people could imagine.
In a bonus track titled Salud of the couple’s new album Everything Is Love, Blue says the very last words of the song by sending a message to her younger twin siblings: ‘Shout-out to Rumi and Sir, love Blue.’