Beyoncé and Jay-Z's eldest child ruled the room at an art auction in Los Angeles over the weekend, bidding tens of thousands of dollars for multiple artworks. Jay-Z jokingly tried to pull the paddle away from her and tug her arm down while the auctioneer expressed admiration that the family had instilled in little Blue the importance of building an art collection.
A video taken at the event showed Blue Ivy, who matched her mother in a gold dress and wig, placing a bid of $17K on an acrylic painting while sitting between her famous parents. It's unclear if Blue Ivy was the highest bidder, but she sure acted determined and that's gotta count for something. "You know Miss Tina told me all of this".
- BEYONCÉ LEGION (@Bey_Legion)Blue Ivy out her bidding $19K like it's nothing. I love you. I am inspired by you.
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"Her mother and father have been talking about how you gather art and that is a big deal for African Americans", Jones said to the crowd. "According toVanity Fair, she bid on the next item, a 36" x 36" art piece made of deconstructed law and medical books California, and won with a final price $10,000.
The evening's theme was "From WACO to Wakanda" and everyone's outfits reflected the incredible influence box-office hit Black Panther has had on the globe already - but it was Blue that has had our tongues wagging. Jay-Z's mom, Gloria Carter also attended while Beyoncé was honored for her humanitarian work. "And she's like, 'I like that'".