Blue Ivy Carter has become the toast of the internet once more, after stealing the limelight during Sunday night’s NBA All-Star game.
The six-year-old daughter of Jay-Z and Beyonce attended the game with her mother and grandparents and was seen sitting court side as she watched an array of NBA stars including Stephen Curry and LeBron James.
But it was her mere presence at the game that sent the internet alight, with the youngster wearing a pair of seriously cool sunglasses.
At one point, she also seemed to put Beyonce in her place, offering her mother a friendly hit on the arm after she was approached for a selfie.
Blue Ivy has me screaming on this dull day pic.twitter.com/R1rRdt1vRx
— NASA boy •kuRtis• (@kurtisrai) February 19, 2018
— Blue Ivy Source (@blueivysource) February 19, 2018
Blue Ivy’s latest foray into internet stardom comes after a clip surfaced of her at the Grammys earlier this month where she appeared to tell Beyonce and Jay-Z to stop clapping.
The six-year-old was in attendance with her mother and father, when the camera cut to the family sat together during Camila Cabello‘s acceptance speech.
The moment was then captured and televised when Blue Ivy appeared to be signalling to the Beyonce and Jay to stop clapping so she could listen.
— Music Heads TV💫 (@MusicHeadsTV) January 29, 2018
Meanwhile, Beyonce and Solange Knowles’ father recently opened up about Solange’s infamous 2014 fight with Jay-Z in a lift after attending the Met Gala.
Matthew Knowles directly addressed the incident during a recent appearance on Good Morning Britain and admitted that the incident had provided an “opportunity to grow”.
“I hope and I feel very calm about this and comfortable that both Solange and Beyoncé were given the tools that they need to be successful”, he said.