Beyonce & Blue Ivy are vacationing on a yacht in Ibiza, because of course

These are some new photos of Beyonce and Blue Ivy, and they are amazing. I would like to give a slow clap to whichever paparazzo took these shots, because they are artful and they tell an amazing story of wealth, privilege and… something else? A sort of casual elitism, as in Beyonce wears her wealth, privilege and success relatively lightly. Beyonce was carrying Blue Ivy onto a yacht in Ibiza. Bey was just wearing cut-offs, a t-shirt and some crazy Louboutins. Just like, “Oh, I’m just throwing this on, this how I roll on a yacht in Ibiza.” And yes, Bey does WORK for her success, so I’m not “shading” that. I’m just taking note of how she rolls.

Look at Blue Ivy’s face too – she’s all, “Really, mom? Ibiza? How peasanty.” Blue gets her peasant shade from Auntie Goop, of course. Blue wants to be in Capri or Madeira. You know you’re raising your kid with a slightly skewed perspective on “vacations” and “holidays” when your idea of a little getaway is a yacht in Ibiza and still your kid gives you this look. Also: I love Blue’s jammies.

Over the weekend, Beyonce was in Philadelphia, performing at the Made In America Festival, which Jay-Z founded. We had the pics, but I didn’t really care – Beyonce hasn’t changed up her costumes and her hair/weave is pretty much the same as the last time we spoke about it, so whatever. You can see pics here.

Photos courtesy of Fame/Flynet.

 

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  1. Audrey says:

    Oh my god she looks just like her dad. It’s kinda creepy

  2. Lulu86 says:

    I usually don’t comment with the heels carrying/baby bashers however this is absolutely ridiculous, should she have the slightest trip, she will fall head first into the water with her baby. And someone get a comb through that childs hair,that looks likes it been twisting for a while.

    • Brie says:

      Really? You are taking issue with a babys hair presentation? Shes just a friggin baby, lighten up.

    • Tiffany27 says:

      Get off the child’s hair! She obviously just woke up because she’s still in her pajamas and even if she hadn’t, she’s a child!!

    • Naye in VA says:

      If its not combed regularly, when they do get around to combing it, the poor baby will be screaming her head off. I’m not with those people who lotion the heck out of the hair and pull it tight, but at least keeping some plaits in it will save everybody some pain later, and keep it from rubbing off while she sleeps. My daughter has the same type of hair and even if I have it separated in little puffs, those puffs take a long time to comb out when they’ve been untouched for days

      • Lulu86 says:

        thank you people act like i was bashing the child.its just honesty, i am not blaming Blue Ivy ofcourse she is a child. But her hair does not seem like that cause she just woke, it looks like it is beginning to twist.

      • Naye in VA says:

        IDK i guess nobody wants to say it because it Beyonce’s baby, but there is no reason that poor baby’s head should look like that. Since they’ve been showing her, not once have I seen her hair combed. Not done. Just even combed. You can tell where she had her infant curls, and where the tighter hair has come in because nobody has even attempted to comb that poor baby’s locks. My hair is natural as is my daughters and the first thing you learn is protective styling and that girl really looks like its been slept on for months if not since birth. It’s not the baby’s fault at all, and they are doing her a disservice by not doing it regularly to keep it from locking and knotting up, and not allowing her to get used to having her hair done. I can imagine her tears when they try to comb it out. Or maybe they plan on wigging it out like mama bey.

      • Di says:

        This is quite honestly one of the dumbest blanket statements I’ve read on here. First of all, I am assuming you are black so you should know this, many black people have extremely curly hair that can still appear tightly curled even after being completely brushed through. Add to that the fact that as a baby, Blu has uneven hair distribution, and her hair can easily look more tangled than it actually is in reality.

        Second, I’m black and I regularly go a week straight in wash and go hairstyles with no manipulation (no combing) and I have never had a problem combing my hair after one week and I don’t even use wide tooth combs. My mom brushes her hair with a boar bristle brush every morning without fail and her hair is tighter and curlier than mine. Your remarks were ignorant plain and simple. Just own up to the fact that you were criticizing a baby for having coily/curly/nappy hair, which you obviously don’t see as being neat somehow. Says more about you than Bey.

      • Di says:

        Seriously, I hate how the minute someone goes natural they automatically think they know better than anyone else. All of suddenly they are a bastion for all things natural. You’ve never seen Blu’s hair combed? Really? I guess Bey just can’t be as good a mother as you are to you natural-haired daughter.

      • Naye in VA says:

        If i wanted to say Bey was a bad mother Im sure I could have jumped on her wearing stilettos while carrying a baby, or having a toddler on a yatch or a million other things. If you took it as that, then that’s your problem. i simply said it’s about time somebody combed that baby’s head. since we’re talking about coils, I have the absolute tightest coiled hair. So I know what natural hair looks like when it hasnt been brushed or combed out. I have 75% shrinkage and almost no curl pattern. I keep my styles for weeks, and I dont go to a salon to get it done. But in between those weeks I make sure that my hair has been combed out and styled in such a manner as to alleviate stress and unnecessary tangling. Blue’s hair isnt a result of her having nappy hair. It’s a result of a lack of care for nappy hair. All hair is beautiful in my opinion, but it also has to be taken care of.
        you state that your mother brushes her hair every morning. So proving my point, she is taking care of it. If you go to the salon every week, you are attempting to take care of it. If your baby sleeps on her hair day in and day out with no attempts manage (not tame) it then you are not taking care of her hair. Blue’s uneven distribution is not what causes her hair to look uncombed. The fact that it is uncombed is what is causing that. Look closely. You can tell how tight the coils are and you can tell they are just matted into each other. That is NOT brushed through. You can see where the hair is wound together, not brushed through, you can see patches of scalp, not brushed through. I don’t care how people WEAR their hair, I dont care that the hair is natural or not. When she actually goes to comb that baby’s hair, the child will be in pain. It doesnt take an expert to see that.

      • Di says:

        Please take a seat. In fact take several because your ego needs the space. You have said multiple times that Bey doesn’t take care of Blu, that you doubt Blu’s hair has been combed since birth and much more ignorant shit. To me Blu’s hair looks like a cute braid-out. Like someone just recently took her hair out of braids. To imply that Bey is not a good mother (which is absolutely, unequivocally what you did) is insulting not only to her but to all mothers who don’t spend their whole lives with their hands in their children’s hair as you apparently do. Were you also one of those people who criticized Gabby Douglas’ hair? I wouldn’t be surprised. There is nothing matted looking about her hair and maybe you need to do more deeper self-analysis to understand why you would equate that look with unkempt.

        However it seems you have your delusions about your motivation firmly in place so I doubt anything I write would shake that foundation. I suppose you’ve been there for everyday of Blu’s life in which case who am I to argue. Maybe you should take a break to go comb your daughter’s hair.

      • Naye in VA says:

        Wow, you would think that you are some close relative of bey. If we want to talk ego, I think putting words in somebody else’s mouth is a major indicator that yours is in fact the one that’s out of control. I’ll state again. Aside from when she had her newborn hair, I have never seen Blue Ivy’s hair combed. The longer it gets, the less kempt it looks. You were talking about coils one post, and now you’re saying braid out lol. There are sleep patterns in her hair, random individualized coils and, yes hair that is matted down, and when it gets combed out it will be painful. I speak on this because the only time I have seen hair like that has been the direct result of a child’s head not being combed. The fact that you decided to respond to me so bitterly says that maybe you need so go sit your happy ass down somewhere and take a chill pill. Nowhere have I said that Bey was a bad mother. I didn’t even say she had to be the one to do it, nor did I say she obviously doesnt care about Blue. I said that the baby’s hair is knotted up, it always looks knotted up, and it should be kept up regularly to spare the baby some pain when it does get combed out. I actually rarely get on here and speak poorly about anyone, if you want to check on that be my guest. But don’t get all twisted up because you tried to come for me and your own argument got turned against you. I’ll live in my delusional space, you live in yours, how about that. You just got on here and started directly insulting me, how mature are you? Now i’ll take my seat after I drop my mic.

      • Stef Leppard says:

        Her hair looking matted could be from her recent snooze, no? My niece always wakes up with a complete rat’s nest on her head.

    • NM9005 says:

      Agree and disagree on the heels. This is Beyoncé, a woman who dances 2 hours straight on heels in concert. A woman who trains 10+ hours a day for video shoots and tour rehearsals and who admits to being in pain when wearing flats.

      At some point, women like Beckham and Beyonce ruined their feet with their heels and it’s actually more comfortable and safe for them to keep on wearing heels!

      And LOL at her hair: comb it and she’ll be in pain. Don’t comb it and it’s a nappy mess after a while. Braid it and she’ll likely pull it or mess with it and will be in pain too because the hairs are still so fine and delicate. I think she looks lovely either way.

      I love her grumpy Jigga face, she’s one of the grumpiest children along with Louis Bardock. She’s going to slay with her HBIC face when she grows older!

      • Naye in VA says:

        IDK why braids would cause her to pull at her hair or pull it out. My daughter has very fine (and thick whoah my goodness) hair and she didnt bother her hair, and having it in braids makes it stronger than if she were pulling individual strands if she were to pull it. When they comb her hair the baby will definitely be in pain. A couple of plaits will go a long way towards alleviating that.

      • Liv says:

        Agree, if one is able to walk in these heels it’s Beyonce. All I’m saying is that I could never walk in them, let alone carrying a baby!

      • jaye says:

        @Naye, the constant pull of tightly braided hair can cause the edges to weaken and break. Yes braids can PROTECT the hair from over manipulation and help with hair RETENTION, on its own it doesn’t strengthen the hair.

      • NM9005 says:

        @Liv
        Me and heels + baby would be a recipe for disaster but it’s Beyoncé. If anyone gets a pass it’s her :D .

        @Naye: seeing my half sister cry her eyes out when her hair got done (cornrows) at the tender age of 1, I’m not sure what to think about handling black hair anymore.

        My grandma broke 2 combs out of frustration (she’s white) and I was in agony when I did it myself because it hurt (I also have very thick and soft hair) and it took my until my teenage years to START figuring out what to do with it. My mom plaited my hair when I was young and apparently, I was the asshole kid who tried to pull it so there you go, my reason for my reasoning :) .

        @jaye:

        Yes I’ve also read that. You can lose your hair permanently if you have fine cornrows (for weave) all the time. See: Naomi Campbell. And that’s adult hair. Baby hair is still so tender =/

        I learn as I go along and I honestly am still not so good at treating my own hair so I tend to shy away from giving advice and/or criticizing other black people’s hair too much. For me, Blue looks good but as I can see, some more experienced people recognize her texture. Meh, it’s not my child tbh.

      • Naye in VA says:

        @jaye a couple of plaits. I said specifically that Im not with tightly pulling children’s hair, but in the face of just letting the baby sleep on it, and have it a matted and knotted as Blue’s appears to be, what would you do? Not doing anything at all with her hair will cause just as much breakage, if not more, that putting the baby’s hair in braids. She isn’t my child but I did that “im just gonna let it be” thing for the first six months, and then i worked for hours to try to gently pull small knots that started at the scalp from my daughters hair. If you know what you are doing it doesn’t require tight braids. That girl is going to lose more hair when they finally comb it out, than she would had they just threw something, anything at all, at her hair for the first year of her life, even just combing it out daily (though that will probably get a few tears too)

        And I didnt say braids actually make the hair stronger i meant that 100 stands together can better withstand pulling than five or ten. Like the concept of a rope

      • Naye in VA says:

        @NM9005
        I did cornrows for a while, and she cried not only while putting them in, but also while taking them out. Her hair being fine caused them to shrink a bit tighter so I only cornrow her edges. Braiding is very good for protecting your hair, but as with everything, there can be too much. You’re typically supposed to let hair “breathe” for a couple weeks in between braiding. During that time you should be deep conditioning and putting as little stress on it as possible. Women that get sew-in after sew-in tend to go bald around the edges from all the stress. I cornrow my daughters edges because her hair is in ponytails (with little twists that come out of them) for the majority of the week. If I didnt her soft and shorter edges would pull from the pony and break off. But as I said you have to give it a break. She is tenderheaded to the max, but she does just fine when i style her hair like this now. But when i used to just let her sleep on it, there was nothing but tears from the both of us. And anywoman with natural hair can tell you the pain of sleeping on hair and trying to comb it out even one to two days later, let alone months.
        All I’m saying is, is that by not doing anything to Blue’s hair, at all, she will probably lose a lot of hair due to the amount of pulling its doing to take to detangle.

      • Elizabeth says:

        The problem with the heels in this case, in my view, is that she is wearing them on a gangplank to a floating vessel. Gangplanks are not a solid surface, they have ridges and divisions that move with the water and from people walking across them, and it would be far too easy to stub the heel or be off balance, and then there’s nowhere to fall. Also, most boats don’t allow you to wear shoes that can damage the decking (yeah, I know no one is gonna tell Bey what to wear…)

    • cs says:

      I usually hate the hair police patrol.. But, this is a mom that spends thousands on her weaves/wigs and yet she can’t comb her daughter’ hair. There is nothing fierce about mother walking in 6″ inch heels with her baby in arms up a slippery plank.. I cringed when I first saw these photos. I kept thinking of the Michael Jackson photos dangling his baby mid-air off a balcony or Britney almost falling with Baby Sean Preston in her arms wearing 6″ wedges. It’s fine if she was by herself but, carrying her baby. I do think Blue is adorable but, she’s all Jay. She only has Beyoncé’s complexion and eyebrows.

      • TG says:

        I think her daughter’s hair is absolutely adorable. I will never understand why black people get so much criticism for their hair choices. I once asked on here if someone could explain to me why so many people complain about parents not putting oil or a perm or whatever it is called in their children’s hair (I am specifically thinking of Angelina Jolie’s daughter Zahara) and I was told that their hair required that to stay healthy. I don’t get it even now though. Maybe that is true for many black people but I tend to think that if God or mother nature made your hair a certain way than it can’t be unhealthy. Not saying that they shouldn’t be able to do things to their hair just like I think it is fun and can enhance anyone’s hair to highlight it, perm it, curl it or whatever, I just don’t understand all the criticism.

      • Naye in VA says:

        Nobody is saying put any type of chemical in that child’s hair. Blue has a texture of hair that if not regularly combed thru at least, will knot and tangle and lock up, and put that child through a ton of pain to undo. Would you let you child hair get knotted up and never do anything about it? I dont know any Black women that have natural that just sleep on their hair and wake up and do absolutely no type of maintenance on their hair, shoot even people with locks have a maintenance schedule, so why would you do that to your child?
        Angelina actually does Zahara’s hair. It may not be styled to the specifications of some people, but at least she attempts to do something with it. The idea is to work with the type of hair you have, not against it. Blue’s hair isnt being kept at all.

      • LAK says:

        @Naye in VA says: Looking at these pictures, i can’t understand anyone who would let their baby’s hair become so tangled. It will hurt to untangle it and if it were me, i’d simply shave it off and start from scratch. i don’t think i would put my child, let alone a baby, through that.

      • NM9005 says:

        For some reason, I keep imagining Frank Gatson going off against Beyonce for not fixing BIC’s hair. If you’ve seen Life is a but a Dream (hair glue, hat scene) then I’m making sense. If not, ignore the bad joke.

      • cs says:

        @TG
        I think Blue is a cutie pie. I’m just questioning the mother who obviously spends mega bucks on her weaves/wigs but can’t put a comb or brush in her daughter’s hair. I’m sorry, but in every photo I’ve seen of this baby her hair never looks like its been combed or brushed.

        I’m not a white woman.. If this were her sister’s daughter I don’t think anyone would care or comment but, this is same woman according to her hair stylist, is a powerful/confident working woman for cutting her thick , long hair to a pixie do and less than a week she added the weaves back.

        Brad Pitt was slammed in the Black Media for talking about the texture of Zahara’s hair changing that happened to make its way to Mainstream media.. What was so sad in doing so he promoted a black owned Hair product “Carol’s Daughter” who saw an increase in sales due to his interview. However, Heidi Klum was applauded by the same media for talking about how she didn’t know how to deal with texture of her kids hair.

    • Shannon says:

      Agree on the hair. I’ve said that before on here and people get all upset. Just comb it!! That’s all I’m saying. I’m not saying get the kid a weave, just brush it. Jeez.

      • dena says:

        Personally, I think Beyoncé looks taking in those heels and shorts. Perhaps she’s “practicing” in them.

        Personally . . . and once again, it’s just on opinion but it would be nice to see some ribbons or barrettes in BIC’s hair every now and then. I get that she is a baby and her hair is growing out but it does look unkempt. In every picture, it has that sleep n’ roll look. I’m sorry. It never has the cute, puffy, halo look.

        Not talking about BIC. She’s a baby. I’m talking about her momma, her daddy, and her caretakers.

      • Tara says:

        Now if they comb it the baby will cry. If I had a child with constantly snarled hair my mother, husband, sisters and galpals would stage an intervention and ask me if I had lost my damn mind. I am a Southern girl from a close knit family and no one is shy about imparting advice. It is expected that you would groom your daughter’s hair no matter how young she was. And I would be judged extra harshly if I, myself, took care with my own looks before stepping out with baby.
        I bet little Blu is energetic and knows her own mind and simply squirms out of reach when anyone wants to do her hair. I see Bey, Jay and grandma as too indulgent, soft-hearted to push the matter or make the baby cry. But the point is they are not doing the baby any favors and are just making the whole situation worse. When black children have their hair cared for properly and consistently it promotes physical comfort, pride in appearance, appreciation of culture/customs, bonding with caregivers, adaptation to routines/schedules and an increase in ease/comfort level of hair upkeep. This can be a beautuful journey to take with a child and gratifying for all the above reasons. My own personal examples are too many to count but I am sure their are wonderful stories out there.
        I think there is a lot of disagreement on how to go about this but in little Blu’s case it seems like it is not being done at all. Its not too late however and it doesnt have to be traumatic. While she is in a warm bath Blu should have her hair washed and conditioned with a mild, emollient series of products best suited for her hair texture. Afterwards when the baby falls asleep spray her hair with a mild detangler and gently tease out the curls from the root out with a medium then a fine toothed comb. Then loosely plait, braid or double-strand the softened hair. After this initial detangling subsequent upkeep and styling will be a breeze and won’t even require “styling”
        All, of course, my opinion but I think everyone should look and feel their best, even babies and sometimes that has nothing at all to do with public opinion.

    • Cowgirl says:

      I see this conversation already got some heat, but I was coming on here to make a comment about her hair. I was thinking that it’s going to hurt so badly when someone finally combs or brushes it. Poor baby!

      • Cazzee says:

        I think that you just described the situation in a nutshell.

        Nobody in Jay Z’s and Beyonce’s extended entourage – not the nannies, not the personal assistants, not the publicist, not even the full-time hair stylist – nobody wants to make little Blue Ivy cry.

        Would *you* want to be the person who made the boss’ baby cry, even if it was while doing something necessary like brushing out her hair? Yeah, me neither.

      • Shannon says:

        No one wants to make Blue cry…. I
        bet you are right about that. That makes for one SPOILED child. You know BIC will be very spoiled and won’t know what the word “NO” means.

    • eggnog says:

      I know very little about hair in general, much less Black hair, but I do know that nothing will snarl your hair up faster than being out on the water, especially salt water. Even short hair is affected.

      It doesn’t take much time out in the wind and spray for it to roughen up and tangle your hair. However the Beyontourage is taking care of Blue Ivy’s hair, being on a boat is making it more complicated.

  3. CaribbeanLaura says:

    That seems so dangerous, I know for sure that my @ss coudn’t walk up a plank in those heels plus with my son?? hah! coming to think of it, I can’t walk in heels in general. Power to her tho.

  4. Tiffany27 says:

    I would’ve broken my neck 2x trying to walk in those shoes.

  5. siobhan says:

    I don’t understand wearing heels like that while on vacation. I would feel like I was being punished if I had to wear those shoes.

  6. len says:

    I often see celebs boarding boats or going for boatrides without their kids wearing a lifejacket. DANGEROUS. A split second of not watching them and they are gone.

    • HappyMom says:

      Yes-why in the world would they vacation on a yacht with a toddler?

      • len says:

        Not my idea of relaxation.Wouldn’t be able to even blink if my kid was surrounded by water like that.

      • Mon says:

        People sail with toddlers, and I mean sail not hang around a luxury yacht in a bay sipping champagne. It can be done safely if done properly. A safety jacket is definitely a must, but guess that would not look good on pictures….
        And those shoes… I can appreciate that she can probably run a marathon in those heels so the risk of her falling over might be minimal, but if that was ever to happen (I hope it won’t), the consequences could be tragic so why risk it? Just for vanity? Cos that how it seems. However ruined her feet are, surely she could have worn some flip flops and made her child’s comfort and safety first!

  7. Ella says:

    Those shoes are completely ridiculous for a yacht! Plus she is likely to poke Blue with them if she was to ever sit on the floor and play with her.

  8. chloe says:

    This doesn’t look safe because of the heels and not having a life vest on the baby. That boat could easily rock and throw her off balance in those ugly heels. I’ve never been on a boat where they haven’t made you take off your shoes, but of course I never could afford to buy the boat with the change in my pocket like these two.

  9. lisa2 says:

    It is an interesting thing.. some celeb girls that look like their fathers are so beautiful.. Some are a combination of mom/dad..

    Blue looks like Jay. she is a cute but not as beautiful as her mother. But she is a baby and her looks will change as she gets older.

  10. Toot says:

    Those shoes are just dangerous to wear going up a boat ramp holding a baby, but fashion is important.

  11. Samtha says:

    There’s a little more of Beyonce coming out in Blue Ivy’s features, I think.

    Also, Beyonce has great legs. That’s all I got.

  12. Feebee says:

    I’d take a pair of Jennifer Garner’s uglyass sandals over those things on a yacht. I mean there’s fashion and style vs practical and then there’s just being ridiculous.

    I don’t know if Blue Ivy’s face is poo-pooing Ibiza for Capri. She could just as well be wanting to hit Disneyland with the peasants. It’s not like they ever have to wait in line or anything.

  13. janie says:

    Blue is sooo cute!! I love her jammies too. As far as B goes.. she looks crazy in those shoes. I would be scared of falling with my baby. I do love that they are such hands on parents.

  14. tastetnow says:

    Blu is looking just like her daddy, Lil Jigga!!

    cute!!

  15. bamafresh says:

    If you wear heels all of the time, it’s like wearing flip flops really. I danced since I was 4, so I’ve been in some sort of dance heel since about 6 or 7. I wore heels on a regular basis since middle school and even wore them all through college trekking up hills on campus in the Shenandoah Valley. It’s second nature and often times I feel clumsier in flats!

  16. MademoiselleRose says:

    What a crazy stupid pair of shoes to wear on a rocking boat. Actually, I’d be scared to wear them out of the house. It’d be a matter of when you fell, not if…

  17. Betty says:

    Those are Alaia’s, not Loubs. Just sayin’.

  18. KirstyM says:

    What ridiculous shoes to wear in the summer in Ibiza on a yacht.

    What a beautiful baby, though.

  19. bamafresh says:

    A yacht the size of what they can afford, in good weather, anchored in a harbor doesn’t really “rock” per se. It’s not a boat. It sure does look perilous, but it’s more stable than you would imagine.

  20. Bird says:

    It’s completely irresponsible of her to be wearing those shoes! I think they are dangerous even if she wasn’t walking on a freaking boat. I can’t believe she is putting her child at risk like that.

    And her legs look lipo-ed to death.

  21. Sisi says:

    Gosh, I love a grumpy looking baby. It’s the cutest thing. I wonder if Blue’s stink-eye will one day be as fabulous as Zahara’s.

  22. KLO says:

    Blue looks really beautiful. A perfect mix of both her parents.

    Her face has changed a lot.

  23. Aud says:

    She is carrying a child in those heels?

  24. Tiffany says:

    Don’t most luxury yacht staff tell you not to wear heels or go barefoot to protect the flooring of the boat.

    • S says:

      Yes, that was actually my first reaction when I saw the picture. I’m on nice boats/yachts on a pretty regular basis, and generally you’re supposed to take your shoes off before you get on. But she may very well have slipped them off before stepping on deck.

      As far as people saying the ramp would be slippery- unlikely unless there had been rain. And as long as they’re not out at sea in choppy weather, the boat she’s on will be stable enough for her to hold Baby Blue without a problem. Especially when it’s docked.

    • eggnog says:

      Shoot, when Jay Z and Beyonce are finished with the boat, they’ll just have the deck redone. They got 99 problems but some floors ain’t one. :)

  25. Barbara says:

    I am second daughter, 2nd child. I do not look like either parent, but do favor my fathers mother.

  26. The Original G says:

    Look at me. I’m such a powerful woman. I can wear these heels and this weave on this banging yacht with a baby on my hip.

  27. Hello says:

    all that money and blue ivy’s hair is not combed or in a hairstyle. all that money and she does not have on some type of footwear, maybe its hot where they are, but then she is wearing what seems to be a really hot bodysuit. i really can’t stand to see children without something on their feet.

    • Lauren says:

      Thank you!! All that damn money that she has and she can’t comb her own daughter’s hair or hire someone to do it!! WTF! I am a black woman with six daughters that range from 2-16 years old and I make sure that all of my daugthers’ hair look decent. Although my 12, 14, and 16 year old do their old hair and sometimes comb the 2, 5, and 8 year olds. I can’t stand it when people say, “oh she is just a baby so stop making comments about her hair. That is bull****!!. If she can spend thousands of dollars on her weaves, wigs, trips, shoes, etc.., then she can spend some money on hiring someone to comb her daughter’s hair!!!!!!!

  28. Angee says:

    ahahhahhahah those shoes look rediculuous! How insecure she must be about her non-skinny legs to have to wear those [dangerous] shoes while carrying Jay-Z’s ‘mini me’.

  29. TG says:

    @Naye in VA says – I was speaking in general about how people criticize parents of black children about hair maintenance and I was also speaking specifically about a time when Zahara was much younger and on this site people were going off on how Angelina should do something with Zahara’s hair. I guess I am ignorant because I don’t see tangles in Blue Ivy’s hair and I think it is super cute. I am surey Beyonce knows what she is doing. She strikes me as the Victoria Beckham type – parents who will make sure their daughter’s always look great. I can’t believe I am defending Beyonce since I barely even like her though I think she is beautiful and I admire her work ethic.

    • Virgilia Coriolanus says:

      From what I remember reading about that, it was because Zahara’s hair wasn’t “styled”. Because her hair was combed, but it was either down or it was in a bun–which I see no problem with, but I guess others did.

      Blue’s hair looks like it hasn’t been combed in a while. Because generally (in my experience anyway), when you comb out your hair, it fluffs out–she should have an afro. It looks like they got her hair wet a while ago, hence the super tight curls.

  30. Ag says:

    I’d be scared shitless carrying my baby in heels period, let alone heels that high. I guess Beyonce’s is used to wearing crazy high heels. Still, kill me, but I can’t help being all judgy about it. :)

  31. Rudy says:

    I am stunned that any mother would carry a baby in heels like that.

    I do not understand this current need for sky high heels and barely there shorts. It is as if every celebrity female wants us to know that their body is in good shape and how would we know that if they were not wearing ridiculously high heels and a bra and bathing suit bottom all day long. What is the POINt of those shoes on a yacht?

    I don;t get it at all.

  32. Tara says:

    You never see Bey or Jay with their nephew – Solange’s son, anymore. He used to get pap’d with them in Paris, at the Grammys etc. he was so cute and I guess he is a tween now.maybe they dont have time for him now or maybe his mom doesnt want him getting pap’d? But I would like to see if he and cousin Blu share a resemblance.

  33. kellyinseattle says:

    I think Blue Ivy looks just like her dad.

  34. Janet says:

    I think Blue is gorgeous and her mama is awesome.

  35. monique says:

    On New Edition they said that it was dangerous to carry her baby in these heels. I think it’s more dangerous that she’s wearing those shoes/booties with those shorts. She’s such a beautiful woman and there are better ways for her to show off her body. I honestly don’t think the ‘heels’ would’ve seemed like such a big deal if she had a pair of pumps on that were just as high with a knee length skirt.

  36. RHONYC says:

    i feel like http://www.blackgirllonghair.com‘s server must’ve broke the fug down or something ’cause these ‘natural’ comments are HRRR-LARIOUS!!! :lol:

  37. Bridget says:

    At this point, with how mu B has danced and lived in heels, her tendons have probably shortened so that it’s painful (and one would guess not as stable) for her to wear flats. Us norms also tend to think of this in the terms of our regular shoes, where the smancy, super high end shoes that a Beyonce would wear would actually fit better and be more stable than our heels would be, just by virtue of the craftmanship and materials. Plus her assiastant also probably scores the bottoms or puts rubber cement on the soles so they’re not slippery.

  38. RHONYC says:

    Empress Z please leave da room…

    ’cause BIC c-o-m-p-l-e-t-e-l-y OWNS tha ‘MeanMug’, like officially.
    Patented & shiz! :lol:

    she’s my newest fave celebaby.

    can’t wait to see all the WTF & WTFDYTYA faces she makes at folks.

    awww, celebspawn at its finest. *CHYEAH!* :mrgreen: