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This is not just any child, this is Beyoncé's child.

Beyoncé is not tolerating anyone who speaks poorly about her daughter, Blue Ivy. Yesterday, Beyoncé announced her "Formation" world tour which will sell out in minutes. It comes after her surprise single "Formation (Dirty)" that tackles some big social issues among America's black population. However, one main feature of her new music video is her parading her daughter who has been frequently under public criticism for her looks that seem to resemble Beyoncé's husband, Jay Z instead of Beyoncé.
Beyoncé references daughter Blue Ivy in these lyrics:
" My daddy Alabama, Momma Louisiana
You mix that negro with that Creole make a Texas bama
I like my baby hair with baby hair and afros
I like my negro nose with Jackson Five nostrils. "
Not only does Queen B reference many of the features that Blue Ivy has been criticized for but she expresses greatness in where Blue Ivy came from. Paparazzi are notorious for going after celebrity children which has caused many celebrities to completely shield their children from the public eye for the first few years of their life. It's a really ugly thing to rip apart a child who doesn't even know who they are yet. But one thing is for sure, Beyonce will always silence those haters through her music, through her presence, and through her pure talent.
Haters, don't mess with her daughter.

Check out "Formation".

The while reason why I don't listen to very much American made music, other than some electronic music.
now a days it all sounds the same. rappers suck horribly too
@TiffanyPerez I agree. She used to be a great artist, even with wonky lyrics. She has talent, underneath all of that "I'm a badass" attitude. I don't like her for the same reason I don't like any of the new "hip hop." It's all the same. No talent, thinking they're the king/queen of music. Bleh.
the lyrics don't make sense. When are people going to wake up and notice all her recent stuff is crap? They all like her because she's "the best". I don't think she deserves that title anymore. People shouldn't go crazy over her.
@TiffanyPerez I agree with that statement. This is awful. What a waste of her talent. I was hoping that the lyrics would be good and stand for something important, but it's a mess all around.
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