Jay Z Can't Stop Blue Ivy From Bidding at Auction

Calvin Saunders
March 21, 2018

So, when she made an appearance at the second annual Wearable Art Gala in Los Angeles, the singer picked a glittering gold gown by Indian designer duo Falguni and Shane Peacock.

As you may have heard by now, the other bidder was none other than JAY-Z and Beyoncé's daughter, 6 year-old Blue Ivy.

The six-year-old attended the Annual Wearable Art Gala with parents Beyoncé and Jay-Z and they made a decision to hand her the paddles so she could bid on whichever paintings caught her attention. The starting bid for the art piece was $10,000 and in footage shared online from a fan account, Blue is seen raising her hand at $19,000, with Jay-Z attempting to stop her in jest.

A giggling Blue Ivy raised her bidding paddle again and seemingly confirmed a desire to drop almost $20,000 on Anderson's "Young Sindey".

This moment of Beyoncé and Jay-Z's daughter bidding for art at an auction is a masterpiece. "I said, 'Oh, I'm gonna teach you a lesson today!,'" Perry laughed recalling his thought process in going hard against the first grader.

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Beyoncé won the humanitarian award presented by her mother.

Blue Ivy managed to upstage Beyonce herself in an adorable gold dress and wig.

In the pictures, Blue Ivy looks delighted with her outfit as she poses in front of a mirror while her mum stands behind her.

She also gave a shout out to her mother, Tina Knowles, revealing she should be receiving an award instead, crediting her mother's example as a role model in her life. "She raised four kids and she did the best job with me", the "4:44" rapper said. The stylish event was hosted by Beyonce's mother Tina Lawson and her husband Richard Lawson.

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