- Multiple Grammy Awards-winning rapper Jay Z and his daughter Blue Ivy shared a heartwarming moment at the NBA finals game
- The adorable father-and-daughter duo were caught on camera while enjoying the game, and Hov leaned over to pat Blue Ivy on the cheek
- Blue Ivy quickly moved away, telling her legendary dad that he shouldn't ruin her perfect curls, and the incident had fans laughing out loud
Legendary rapper Jay Z may be one of the greatest rappers and lyricists of all time, but that doesn't make him immune from being an embarrassing dad.
The Dirt Off Your Shoulder hitmaker recently had a heartwarming moment with his and singer Beyoncé's 10-year-old daughter, Blue Ivy Carter.
The father and daughter duo stepped out for an NBA finals game recently. The celebrity pair, who were sitting on the courtside, were spotted on camera and the commentator welcomed the rapper saying:
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"24-time Grammy Award winner, the one and only Jay-Z!"
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Jay-Z pulled his daughter closer to kiss her on the cheek, but she quickly pulled away, saying he was ruining her hair.
The moment had Twitter users in hysterics as they quickly flooded the micro-blogging site with hilarious comments.
"If it’s one thing Blue is gonna do, it’s humble her parents. She has to keep her clients in check."
"She's not embarrassed. She said exactly what my daughter would say to her dad. 'Dad! My haiiiirrrr!' "
"Did she just say, 'Dad, my hair'?"
Blue Ivy steals the show during Beyoncé’s stellar Oscar performance
Beyoncé and rapper Jay-Z's 10-year-old daughter Blue Ivy Carter stole the show during her Oscar performance.
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Blue Ivy made a cameo during the Grammy Award-winning star's opening act at the Oscar awards.
Queen Bey was joined by a troupe of backup dancers as she performed her Oscar-nominated hit Be Alive. The song is from the Venus and Serena Williams inspired biopic, King Richard.
According to Harper's Bazaar, the BeyHive was quick to spot Blue Ivy among the sea of Beyoncé's backup dancers.