Blue Ivy Bids $19000 at Wearable Art Gala


The gala, which was hosted by her Bey's mother Tina Knowles Lawson and step-dad Richard Lawson, raised money to benefit teen mentorship programs.

At one point during the gala, in the middle of an art auction, Blue Ivy made a decision to drop a whopping $19,000 on a piece of art called Cries In Poorness, throwing down the bid by raising her card.

Blue Ivy Carter bid $19,000 for a painting at an auction on Saturday (03.17.18). The 6-year-old was seemingly impressed with one piece of art during the auction and proceeded to bid off $19,000 while continuously raising her family's paddle.

Also slaying like her mama was Blue Ivy, who topped her adorable outfit with a gold Cleopatra-style wig.

Moreover, after modeling her first design, the "Formation" singer underwent a costume change, slipping into a much shorter dress featuring big sleeves and embroidering to take the stage to receive her award.

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Who remembers when Blue became the greatest gif of all time when she told her world-famous parents to shush on national television? The theme of the evening was "From Waco to Wakanda", a play off the name of the fictional home of Marvel's Black Panther character. "It's a privilege and a responsibility", she said. 'Yes! Baby girl. Let me tell you what is happening.

Blue also praised her grandmother, who received the Everyday People Award.

At the event, Bey was honored for her humanitarian work at the Gala, alongside Jay-Z's mother Gloria Carter.

"I think the real reason I feel weird getting this award from my mother", she said, audibly sniffing back tears, "is because I feel I should be giving her an award tonight".