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Blue Ivy In Paris: Beyoncé’s Daughter Trends After ‘Renaissance World Tour’ Performance

Blue Ivy Carter performs Beyonce Renaissance World Tour Paris

Beyoncé‘s heiress Blue Ivy Carter performed with her mama at the “Renaissance World Tour” in Paris and she’s been trending ever since.

The Grammy Award-winning 11-year-old daughter of Beyoncé and JAY-Z executed her choreography alongside the rest of the backup dancers during her mother’s performance of “My Power.” 

Bey told the concertgoers, “Give it up for Blue,” as they erupted into cheers. 

Watch a portion of Blue’s performance below.

Blue Ivy’s grandmother, Tina Lawson, took to Instagram and gushed about her grandbaby’s performance writing: 

Last night I saw my beautiful grandbaby (11) dance in the front of almost 70 thousand people ! She killed it and was as cool as a cucumber! Blue Ivy Carter ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ No Fear❤️❤️

See Mama Tina’s original post below. 

After the video of Blue Ivy Carter’s “Renaissance World Tour” performance hit the internet she quickly became a trending topic as people adored the precious moment of seeing Beyoncé rip up the stage with her baby. 

Then, there was the ugly side of social media that didn’t hesitate to criticize and scrutinize the performance of an 11-year-old child. 

“She’s 11” and “Blue Ivy” is currently trending on Twitter as both sides clash over the oldest Carter heir’s performance.

Read a few tweets below. 

Congrats to Blue Ivy on a wonderful performance in Paris!

I know her parents couldn’t be more proud!

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