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Beyoncé: her younger line-up Blue Ivy Carter named Grammy Awards

The Carter legend is on the move. Blue Ivy Carter, the daughter of Beyoncé and Jay-Z is in the running for a Grammy award, joining the ranks of the youngest nominated at the famous awards ceremony. Blue Ivy Carter is nominated in the best music video category, for her participation in the Brown Skin Girl music video of her mom Beyoncé with Nigerian Wizkid and Saint JHN. A song in which Beyoncé evokes the color of skin and its acceptance. The video competes with Harry Styles’ Adore You, Anderson Paak’s Lockdown, Woodkid’s Goliath, and Future and Drake’s Life Is Good. If it’s Beyoncé’s music video that wins the award, Blue Ivy will be crowned at a very young age. News that will certainly delight his parents!

The clip also features Beyonce’s mom, Tina Knowles, and her other 2-year-old daughter Rumi. The 63rd edition of the Grammy Awards will be held on January 31 at Staples Center in Los Angeles.

A mediatized family

Born in the limelight, the eldest sibling, Blue Ivy, made headlines because of her physique. The American journalist K. Austin Collins did not hesitate to criticize the features of the little girl. “I have a feeling Jay-Z’s facial genes are going to hit Blue Ivy and I’m so sorry for her,” he tweeted. A criticism that goes badly with fans of Beyoncé and her husband, who notably demanded the dismissal of the journalist from Vanity Fair. Afterwards, however, K. Austin Collins apologized on Twitter, saying that it was a “bad joke” and that “black girls in particular deserve better”. But not enough to affect the family who proudly displays on social networks!

Blue Ivy Carter © Youtube

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