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Twitter slams Beyoncé over Blue Ivy’s hair, again

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Blue Ivy’s hair criticism

After new photos of Beyoncé and Blue Ivy hit the Web, social media was flooded with fans once again berating the singer over her daughter’s hair. Back in April a firestorm of controversy erupted after Blue was spotted with her superstar parents in Italy wearing a “messy” Afro. Later Bey posted a picture of the tot in braids that were also heavily criticized.

Now the latest photos of Jay Z and Beyoncé’s darling daughter are raising eyebrows, particularly from people perplexed by her coiffure.




Blue’s hair has also be likened to that of Coolio and singer The Weeknd.

Are people being too harsh about Blue Ivy’s hair?

See more Twitter reactions to her ‘do below. -danielle canada

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  1. loveandsoul on October 23, 2013 at 10:43 am


  2. guest on October 23, 2013 at 12:56 pm

    Find something else to talk about, she just a baby!

    • Louise Iford on October 23, 2013 at 2:49 pm

      Thanks for speaking up for Blue Ivy. I really don’t understand what business it is of the haters what Bey and Jay do to their, baby’s hair. They need to try taking time out to take care of their own business and leave other people business alone.

      • Goldenladyp on October 24, 2013 at 6:42 am

        In all fairness the same would be said of any black momma in the street and it comes with the territory. Not to mention can’t they assign someone to work it out every couple days. We know beyonce is busy. But they have money lots of money to take care of this. Jmo

        • Frups on February 8, 2016 at 1:00 am

          This was such a silly comment, i actually giggled.

    • Missy on October 25, 2013 at 12:16 pm

      Uh, how about tell the media to stop posting pictures of them and writing articles about it. No one is crticizing the baby, we get it, she can’t do her own her, but guess what, her damn mother or father could!

  3. Anna on October 23, 2013 at 1:38 pm

    I hate to say it, but her hair do be looking some kind of way ALL THE TIME. With as much money as her parents make, they should just hire Blu her own hair stylist to travel with them cause somebody either is too lazy to comb it or just don’t give a damn. Baby or not, she is the child if a worldwide celebrity. Why would they want an image of their child to be like a throwed away homeless kid?

  4. Tawanda Harris on October 23, 2013 at 2:00 pm

    She has two strand twists, there is nothing wrong with her hair. This child will forever be in her mom’s shadows, can we please just let her ENJOY being a baby damn!!

  5. Layla on October 23, 2013 at 2:51 pm

    No one is talking about the baby per sae, it’s the parents who continue to take their child out into public with unkept hair! Just becasue they are super stars doesn’t mean you get to neglect the child’s hair or anything else for that matter. We get it, she’s a baby, but does her hair always have to look like a raggedy mop? Damn, take a brush, use it and put a bow in the child’s hair, how hard is that???? You know that child is going to get older, look back on those photos and be like, what were my parents thinking?????????????? Even as a baby, in all of my pictures my mom had my sister and I looking very well-kept, there was no leaving the house with unkept hair or clothes!

    • Neha on October 26, 2013 at 12:19 pm

      I agree 100%. The words are “per se” and “unkempt,” though.

  6. BodySculpture on October 23, 2013 at 3:53 pm

    People take to much time worrying about things that don’t benefit them. Her hair is fine, she’s a baby and still Beautiful I might add. Folks that talk about everyone else has way to much time on their hands. Retrospect people; I’m sure you can find something on you that needs repairing! Live and let Live!!! That’s why this world is screwed up. Thinking…get your mind right! Talk about something important like helping to change all the negativity that is spread everyday on minuscule levels like this. Be Blessed!!! =) ♥

  7. rick on October 23, 2013 at 5:16 pm

    She is a baby..half of yall that are talking probably dont even take care of yall kids or no who the father is,..At least the kid has both parents whom are raising the child and “THEY DIDNT HAVE THE KID OUT OF WETLOCK”..SOME OF YOU NEED TO CHECK YOURSELVES before casting stones..Not a beyonce fan but at the end of the day I always stand behind good parents and just because a kid(and name one kid that keeps his hair from being a mess especially a ethinic kid)has his hair messy yall trippin really..

    • Sunnydaze on October 23, 2013 at 9:48 pm

      It’s wedlock…ijs

      • rick on October 23, 2013 at 11:56 pm

        lol sorry i was on my phone when i typed that…

    • justsaying on October 24, 2013 at 2:38 pm

      that would be know who the father is. When you are going to go in on someone you might want to spell check.

      • rick on October 24, 2013 at 6:04 pm

        umm if that was for me I wasnt going in on the knowles i was mainly stating people need to give them a break because children will be children and get messy or unclean etc..cut them some slack..

    • IDC on November 12, 2013 at 10:13 pm

      Shut the fuck up!

      • rick on November 12, 2013 at 10:17 pm

        Dont know why people always have to be so ignorant and jedgemental.

        • KeeDee on January 11, 2014 at 10:43 am

          You don’t know how to spell! Go back to school, pig!

        • Gina on April 12, 2014 at 5:36 pm

          You’re obviously a nappy headed female who’s using an assumed name to hid your identity. BTW you need to learn how to spell. It can’t be the “phone” all the time. Also, what MALE would be on their phone typing about hair. Give me a break! You phoney! With all the money these bums make, there is no excuse for them to let their child run around looking like that. No excuse! You probably are the same way which is why you are defending them. I just saw a photo of the child and they FINALLY had it fixed. So there!

  8. Niecy Evans on October 23, 2013 at 6:41 pm

    How can u criticise a child when their still under construction smh

    • Keanndra on April 12, 2014 at 5:39 pm

      “under construction” What?????????? The child was under construction while in the mother’s wound. She’s in the real world now. And it’s the parents’ responsibility to take proper care of the child – including their hair!

  9. Msistaz on October 23, 2013 at 6:46 pm

    Blue Ivy will have way too many years to floss the hottest hairstyles for the rest on her adorable life. For now her parents are embracing the moment and given us the opportunity to see her for the normal child she is for the short time the media will allow. How far removed are we that we don’t have those memorable photos of ourselves before conforming to the ideal images of “beauty, good hair, etc” LEAVE THAT CHILD ALONE!!!!!

    • Leticia on April 12, 2014 at 5:42 pm

      BS! There are photos of me that I wish were never taken. Growth of a person starts from birth, not years later. What an idiot. And in case you haven’t seen, Blue Ivy’s hair was fixed and seen in public recently. That’s because someone took a stand and showed some responsibility (parents or someone else).

  10. anniethomas on October 23, 2013 at 8:04 pm

    Really people quit attacking a baby, it’s a natural.

  11. ashley sylvie on October 23, 2013 at 11:16 pm

    As a mother of a 1 year old. I want my daughter hair to be natural. I don’t comb her hair either i just make sure it moisturized, put a bow it when she will leave it and keep going. People will find anything to complain about. I don’t blame you Bey let her hair be cause the people that’s complaining probably chicken headed themselves.

    • D. A. Isley on October 24, 2013 at 6:49 pm

      I totally agree. I do not put any chemicals in my daughter’s hair. I use a pick and pick it out. She is 2 and has a nice little fro. When she plays, it becomes a mess. She’s human, and it’s expected.

      • Lisa on April 12, 2014 at 5:48 pm

        Who said anything about putting chemicals in a child’s hair. It’s about proper maintenance. When you’re in the public’s eye, you can’t just think about yourself because you have an image to uphold. NEWS FLASH! “This includes your offspring.”

    • IDC on November 12, 2013 at 10:15 pm

      You sound like you know Beyonce personally? Shut the fuck up dumb bitch!

      • ashley sylvie on April 13, 2014 at 10:41 am

        IDC I got ur bitch u do know everything you post on here can be traced back to the computer u used. Therefore I got u bitch.

    • msuriv on January 8, 2014 at 1:34 am

      Being natural is fine. Not combing it. .umm no!!!

    • Lisa on April 12, 2014 at 5:45 pm

      You probably don’t have choice. If you did, you would probably adorn your daughter’s hair. Moisturized with what? Chicken grease?

      • ashley sylvie on April 13, 2014 at 10:38 am

        Bitch I adorn everything about my daughter you on here talking like ur ass cant be found and dealt with watch ur mouth when it come to mine’s bitch.

    • blackchick on January 2, 2015 at 7:00 pm

      That’s the point you ‘moisturise and groom ur child’s hair’ .They don’t

  12. Sherri Etienne on October 24, 2013 at 12:01 pm

    I swear, I wish Beyonce and Blue would just tell people to kiss their azz!! #thatisall

    • Michelle on April 12, 2014 at 5:51 pm

      Obviously they didn’t because she finally combed it. So all of you haters who were happy to see the little girl’s hair looking like a silly mess, can stfu. Now she no longer looks like your kids or yourself.

      • Sherri Etienne on April 12, 2014 at 11:41 pm

        Child please, all these behind the scene bullies and self appointed opinionists need to post pics of thenselves so folks can publicly scrutinize and point out all their imperfections. Ain’t nobody telling you what to do with you and yours and unless the opinions of others is what sadly dictates your day, allow the rich and famous to live their lives however they so chose. As long as Blue is healthy and happy and out of harns way her hair should be the least of anyone’s concern. Besides that could be her signature look and we ain’t complaining about yours so… Let the lifestyles of others be lived and led by them and may the force be with you!

        • Denise on October 24, 2014 at 11:34 pm

          Are you that stupid or did I read your words wrong? Do you know them personally? You don’t have a clue whether or not the kid is healthy and happy. You only see pictures, which is our point. “allow the rich and famous to live their lives….” Duh just who do you think makes them rich and famous? Those who pay to see them that’s who. So therefore we have the right to make our comments. When you’re famous it comes with the territory.

          • Sherri Etienne on October 25, 2014 at 1:03 am

            For your information ma’am, Yes, I do know them!! Now who’s stupid? Matter of fact, bye Felicia!!!!

  13. Pepper on October 24, 2013 at 2:16 pm

    This is the prime reason that the world is in the state that its in, people keep reaching for something that’s not there. Look in closly at these pics for what they are. A baby with kept up two strand twist. Why do we have to be so organized on the surface but so spiritually dysfunctional??? People just live sloooooooooooow down and live.

  14. Candycane on October 24, 2013 at 2:42 pm

    Dear African American Community and those of you who have no idea.

    Yall kill me especially the women who wear weave 24 seven for what ever reason excusing the ones who have to. But if you are ashamed of your hair this goes out to you especially. This is why Black people will always be last because of your low self esteems you place on our children early . The best way for a young african american child hair to grow and grow hair at its healthiest one way is to keep it twisted or braided and not to manipulate it everyday because it is at is most fragile stage. Long story short. Her hair probably will be down her back and beautiful one day while your daughters are saying that ignorant phrase “she has good hair”… No her mother took care of it and wasnt ashamed of it pressing and “combing” it!? This coming from a chick who mother did same thing who’s hair is down hair back never wore weave a day in my life and not ashamed of my hair! Where is the black pride???

    • pissed off on October 24, 2013 at 8:14 pm

      Thank you!! I couldn’t have said it better!!!

    • KeeDee on January 11, 2014 at 10:48 am

      “Black Pride” is in the toilet where it belongs! If you want to leave your ugly bad hair natural, go back to the African jungles where you and your ilk belong, you ugly monkey!

      • Danielle on April 12, 2014 at 6:04 pm

        I agree with the “Black Pride” except I don’t believe that there is much of it to be seen. Take Beyoncé, a famous person with a famous husband. They are both sporting nice clothes (except for when Beyoncé is showing everything God gave her to the world like a mere whore) and JayZ smoking cigars smaller than his big a## nose. Obviously, they don’t give owl’s hoot about themselves or their kid. Because they are both parents AND famous they should care about their kid’s appearance! There is no excuse to do otherwise. Water that shit down and slap some oil on it! Stop being so self-absorbed and take a little time out for your kid. I swear I was never a Beyoncé or Jay Z fan and never will be! She sounds like a hyena in labor and he looks like the butt of a joke. Now couple that with a child whose hair looks like there’s a never ending hurricane whipping on her hair. Get some pride and stop showing your tits & ass all over the place. Let your child look presentable. Is there not even one ounce of class? Obviously Not – It shows. I answered my own question.

        • Taye Taye Italiano on June 30, 2014 at 3:57 am


          • Carmen on October 24, 2014 at 11:40 pm

            You are so right. And these morons are defending the way she Does Not take care of her own child’s hair. She and Jay-Z are too self absorbed to think about their own child. SMH.

    • blackchick on January 2, 2015 at 7:12 pm

      Whose talking about hot combing her hair? In fact the picture above is suitable because it is twisted. These simple twist on came about ‘after’ complaints about how unkempt her hair is.and up until recently it still look Un moisturised and tangled
      .so its on to let natural afro hair knot up and form unruly tangles which will in turn break her hair when trying to release them.Think back to the proud afro era black people and beautiful moisturised maintained across. .no excuse!

  15. atlmom5 on October 24, 2013 at 3:14 pm

    Leave this kid alone, her hair looks fine.

  16. Notya Biznes on October 24, 2013 at 3:39 pm

    This ignorant shit has got to stop!! I bet that child’s hair is infused with all kinds of fruits and berries and all-natural type shit! It’s not MATTED, it doesn’t appear to be UNWASHED, so STFU about this GD INFANT! What’s wrong with just letting her hair do what it does so long as it’s properly care for (notice I said cared for, not COMBED)? I swear the ignorance among black people drives me fucking insane some times!

    • Heide on April 12, 2014 at 6:11 pm

      I’m Caucasian and I feel the same way that she should have her hair combed. Not just sitting out there looking like a wild animal. When I see a celebrity and their kids, I want something to enjoy looking at. Hell we pay their salaries by supporting them. Just look at Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt. Look at their kids’ hair (including the AA girl they adopted from Africa) and all of the other celebrity Caucasian kids’ hair. Stop being so defensive and take a long hard look at yourselves and your ‘brothers” and “sisters.” Help each other, not hinder.

      • Notya Biznes on April 17, 2014 at 3:25 pm

        Bitch I didn’t ask you what you thought about black hair. Please take that opinion and stick it all the way where the sun don’t shine. You have NO IDEA about a black woman’s hair. “A joy to look at?” FOH! You have no earthly gotdamn idea what it takes to manage and/or maintain an African person’s hair. It may not look like a joy to YOU, becky, but if it is properly maintained and cared for, there is NOTHING wrong with it. In fact, looking at Blue’s hair in it’s natural uncombed state IS a joy, TO ME and many other blacks who are not brainwashed by the fucking white mainstream media’s idea of beauty. And to think I would EVER take a white person’s response on this subject serious, was a mistake on your part. You have no dog in this fight, nor do you have any idea WTF you are talking about. You presence is neither required, nor requested. BYE.

        • Taye Taye Italiano on June 30, 2014 at 3:59 am

          You are so racist it’s not even funny, “notya”

          • Notya Biznes on August 19, 2014 at 9:34 am

            Learn the definition of racism before you ATTEMPT to call me one. I don’t have the power to be “racist.” “Prejudiced” maybe, but not racist. There is a difference. We all have prejudices, soooo… yeah. There’s that.

      • Notya Biznes on April 17, 2014 at 3:28 pm

        Further, just like a white privileged bitch to liken this black child to a “wild animal” and to suggest you somehow “own them” because “you pay their salary.” This is the type of shit that makes me not take “you all” seriously when it comes to black issues. I bet you thought you were being real magnamous by stating that you were caucasian, huh? Again, have all the several seats.

        • Donna on October 24, 2014 at 11:48 pm

          Wow! you’re a dumb one aren’t you? Go see a doctor you have a lot of built up hostility. I am also Caucasian and I have a huge idea about black hair because of some of my friends kids. They say it’s a struggle sometimes to maintain their little girls hair, but it’s not impossible. Stop making excuses and get off your lazy ass and make a difference. With that attitude you’ll never get anywhere but down real fast.

    • Rhonda on October 24, 2014 at 11:42 pm

      Hahaaaaa! “all kinds of fruits and berries.” Hahaaaaa!

  17. mykidzluvme on October 24, 2013 at 4:24 pm

    I wished that people find something else to talk about besides Beyonce and Blue’s hair. In other words, mind your dayuuummm business! If she combed and styled her hair, then you all would find something to say about that. Blue’s parents are Jay and Bey and it’s clearly up to them to decide on what is a priority to “THEM” and not you judgmental and critical people. Geesh!!!

    • Heide on April 12, 2014 at 6:13 pm

      Obviously their priority is NOT their child. They’re too selfish and it shows!

  18. JRock on October 24, 2013 at 6:25 pm

    I look forward to the day when Blue Ivy grows her REAL hair down to her butt and throws the middle finger up to all of these hating a** people. Let this child, be a child. BOTH of her parents can afford to do whatever THEY want to do with their child’s hair, so naysayers…be QUIET! Worry about yourselves.

    • KeeDee on January 11, 2014 at 10:53 am

      Blue Ivy will NEVER grow REAL hair down her back, you bitch! She has the bad nappy hair of her tribe, and that type of bush does NOT grow down anyone’s back! Of course, her mother, Beyonce the Cow, will glue extensions on Blue’s kinky hair to make her look white and pretty. But, it won’t work, Black/Blue Ivy is pig ugly! She was born ugly, and she’ll always be ugly!

      • Taye Taye Italiano on June 30, 2014 at 4:01 am

        You are so fucking right! I fucking love everything you said! “Beyonce the cow” lolol “black/blue ivy is pig ugly” YES. JUST YES.

    • Bridgett on April 12, 2014 at 6:16 pm

      Yeah, I just bet you do look forward to her hair growing to her butt. Yeah, right! How long is your hair? This has nothing to do with being a child. It has to do with etiquette. Of course her hair will get messed up, but the problem is displaying it in public!!!!!!! The other problem is they ARE NOT doing ANYTHING but letting the child look like a loose goose. I’m not demeaning the child because it’s not her own fault. But I am demeaning the parents!

  19. D. A. Isley on October 24, 2013 at 6:44 pm

    Nothing’s wrong with that baby’s hair.

  20. D. A. Isley on October 24, 2013 at 6:51 pm

    I do not put any chemicals in my daughter’s hair. I use a pick and pick it out. She is 2 and has a nice little fro. When she plays, it becomes a mess. She’s human, and it’s expected. People with weaves can’t talk.

    • pissed off on October 24, 2013 at 8:10 pm

      Understandable. As with any child who has not had perms or hair treatments. This how natural kids look! Beautiful!!!

      • Diane on April 12, 2014 at 6:20 pm

        Just because it’s natural doesn’t mean it’s beautiful. And uh all natural hair doesn’t look like that – just for the record. Just because you choose to embrace your kinks doesn’t make it beautiful to the world all of a sudden.

  21. pissed off on October 24, 2013 at 8:01 pm

    I really don’t understand why people are hating on this child’s hair. I am a 1st grade teacher and I have girl student to come to school with their hair combed so nicely, but when they go home, you can’t tell its been in combed. What I’m saying is, maybe the baby plays and pull in her hair. I know many small girls that do that. And even if her mother choses to comb her hair in what ever style she choices, it’s her business. It would be nicer if the tabloids and other bored no story entertainment websites and books find something more useful to discuss. I’m sure the authors and publishers kids aren’t always well kept, even after having hair combed.

    • Earl on April 12, 2014 at 6:26 pm

      This is about how the girl looks in public and how her parents allow it. What you sound like is this: “I know a little boy who is so nice at school, but when he leaves school he goes and breaks into people’s homes. If he chooses to steal that’s his choice, who cares since he’s so nice at school. It would be nice if the tabloids didn’t expose this.” Now didn’t that just sound so dumb? Well that’s how your message came across to me. It’s simply about how the child looks in public. The parents are celebrities. You can’t have it both ways.

  22. sadcommunity on October 24, 2013 at 9:36 pm

    All of you people on here criticizing Beyonce and Jay Z for
    how they are keeping Blue Ivy’s hair fail to realize one very important thing…her
    hair is EXACTLY the way God made her hair.
    They, unlike you, don’t have to teach their child self-hate just because
    you have ingested that ubiquitous poison.
    Instead, you should be asking yourself, “Why am I having an emotionally negative
    reaction to a black child’s NATURAL hair.
    Aren’t you really wondering: Why isn’t that child’s hair “whiter” or least
    less “black”…I mean they got money…it should be easy for them to be Whiter,
    right?!! Sadly your mindset is quite
    common and it is representative of hundreds of years of mental slavery and
    billions of dollars spent teaching black men and black that their natural
    features are an ugly remnant of something “African” and needs to be destroyed…or
    at least made less black i.e. Whiter. We
    are in such a sad state as a people.

    • Carmen on April 12, 2014 at 6:50 pm

      “her hair is EXACTLY the way God made her hair. ”

      ——-> Oh really? Say that the next time that you go out to dinner, work or in public. Don’t wear any makeup, jewelry, accessories and most importantly – don’t comb your hair. After all, that’s the way God made you. Embrace it. Just leave it the way God made it. …. No one’s talking about her hair structure. It’s about how it looks in public. This is not about, “a black child’s NATURAL hair.” It’s about how the child’s parents don’t fix the child hair when in public. Do you see them looking like that in public? Absolutely not because they care about how they look to others. Well they should have the same feelings about their offspring. It doesn’t matter how young or old. Caring is Caring. My daughter is the SAME age as that child and has the SAME texture. Her hair is very thick and curly (not nappy) and I simply take the time to take good care of her hair which makes it very EASY to take care of. When I take her out in public, I make sure that she looks presentable. After all, she is a reflection of myself and I care very much about myself… daughter included. Some of you folks are blind and only seeing the famous version of the parents, thus neglecting the fact that they are only HUMAN and must adhere to the same rules that apply to us all. The only difference is that they are given “comps” due to their statuses i.e. get to do more than those who are less fortunate. BUT they are NO MORE HUMAN than the rest of us. Stop making excuses for the same mistakes that you may be making. You don’t get a, “get out of jail free” card. Defending them won’t cover up your own faults. They really won’t. Fix the daughter’s hair already!!! If I can do it and many other parents, I have no sympathy nor empathy their egotistic values that do not include their own flesh and blood.

  23. sadcommunity on October 24, 2013 at 9:37 pm

    *black women

  24. BlackBeauty on October 25, 2013 at 12:00 am

    These negative comments about her hair is a reflection of the people making them. How someone else wears their hair is absolutely none of your business especially someone who has not signed up to be in the limelight. Keep putting that weave in your toddlers head and keep it moving.

  25. tyjomika on October 25, 2013 at 12:14 am

    not that it matters either way, but they may possibly be loc’ing her hair. in addition, it is more than obvious that the many women who are terribly insecure,, are just happy to detect any semblance of imperfection in beyonce that getting on her daughter seems to be the most facile possible way to project their misery. i’m shocked that people have not tired themselves on the criticisms. clearly ‘Yonce could give less than two-tenths of a phukc about what these miserable, angry, frowzy salty stank grown-downs have to say. smh

  26. Myria on October 25, 2013 at 12:14 pm

    To those leaving the boo-hoo comments about people attacking natural hair, and she’s just a baby and that’s the hair God gave her, WE GET THAT! THAT’S not the damn issue. No one is taking shots at the texture of hair or the child herself and no one is saying that it needs to be straightened or relaxed! What the damn problem is, is that it looks a freakin mess and you all know it. You tell on yourself how you act and look and having that baby look a hot mess, just becasue she is a baby is NO EXCUSE and tells a lot about her parents. We get it, babies will get dirty and mess up their hair, but that child hair is alwasy a freakin mess and looks dry as a bone. How hard is it to just wet it and maybe put a light moisturiser in it with a barret? Or actually braid it into a real style?? Face it, someone needs to comb that’s baby’s hair and NOW!

    • sadcommunity on October 25, 2013 at 3:38 pm

      But you see my dear, what you deem the “problem” is in itself your own psychological issue, not the child’s. You see, her hair as it naturally exists, to you, is a “mess.” Why do you think that? Before you gut respond, please take a moment and ask yourself, why do you think that her hair–the way it is–is a problem? You assume that it’s dry, you assume that it is not moisturized already. Let’s say it is moisturized and just looks dry…to you. Would there still be a “problem” with her hair? Just think about it for a second. We have all been conditioned…all of us. Just think, we have a billion dollar industry based on Black women buying Indian women’s hair because Black women hate their own hair so much, or even worse they know that many black men hate natural “African” hair so much they need to buy someone else’s HAIR… to become more attractive i.e less black…less African. The truth hurts, but that makes it no less the truth. Even better, ask yourself…if the child had “good hair” all curly as sleek would there still be a “problem.” Just think.

    • Jamie on April 12, 2014 at 7:11 pm

      I really do agree with you to the fullest. This isn’t about the texture of the hair. It’s about the appearance of the hair. NOT THE TEXTURE. Why is it so hard for people to come to this realization? Are their brains on hold or something? There is NO EXCUSE for allowing a toddler to walk around looking like they were simply picked up off the street. Now for all of you nay-sayers, I’m ONLY TALKING ABOUT THE WAY THAT HER HAIR APPEARS. For those of you who simply say to leave it alone, I believe you have a lot of hair issues of your own. If you didn’t then you would say the same thing. Have some pride. No one will respect you until you first respect yourselves. An adult parent should already know this.

  27. Ms. Tee on October 26, 2013 at 7:19 pm

    People needs to understand that Blue I vy is a baby and there isn’t much she can do with her hair. If you ever had kids you should know that when you have little ones you cannot stay in there hair unless you want them bald! Leave Bey alone about her baby!!!!!

    • wt on April 12, 2014 at 7:14 pm

      Not true, my daughter is the same age and I make sure that when we go out in public she looks appropriate. Folks it’s not appropriate to just let your kids look like animals in public. IJS.

  28. Malikah Jessamy on October 28, 2013 at 1:18 pm

    the only ones with the problem about the hair fake, if you have a kind with this type of hair, you don’t make them suffer to please other people, when the kid gets older then terrorize them.

  29. IDC on November 12, 2013 at 10:17 pm

    The Weeknd is the real baby’s father. LMAO!!!

  30. woman from Mars on November 21, 2013 at 6:37 pm

    Blue Ivy is very beautiful naturally she’s a baby everybody give her a break

    • wt on April 12, 2014 at 7:17 pm

      Let’s get something straight and clear the air. Nobody’s talking about the baby. We’re talking about how her hair looks out in the open.

  31. Sunshine on December 12, 2013 at 3:12 am

    Nobody asking Beyoncé to put a lot of pony tails in blu hair. But damn put one big pony tail or even some cute head band to match her outfits. Y’all defending bey but in everyday life on street this would be called ratchet….. Bey do not get a pass comb this child head or put a cute head band with a cute girly outfit. I haven’t seen this child in a cute outfit yet. And if if was anybody else child ppl would say the parents is unfit.

    • Appalled on April 12, 2014 at 7:20 pm

      So, so true! Why are people so ignorant? I just don’t understand it. Why are they defending anyone who would allow their own daughter to be outside looking like that? I’m sure they’re not getting paid because B & J wouldn’t give rat’s a$$ about them. So stupid.

  32. nwright on December 16, 2013 at 2:47 pm

    Hey ive seen some Caucasian woman children with some fucked up hair.. no one is saying anything negative about that precious innocent baby.. its not her fault… its beyonce and jay z ass that look stupid… do that baby hair! You take away beauty when you let them look crazy. .. then she had balls to put her in a video. .. GET SOME JAM! jam cure all kinds or coarse hair… they’re not ashamed yet?!… im going to have to say they’re both on a drug…

  33. keira on December 18, 2013 at 1:23 am

    blue ivy is 2 years old….2! are you expecting her to have a lacefront and a perm? hairstylist?!?!? SHE IS TWO. give her a break she is a BABY.

  34. Ashley Gonzalez on December 27, 2013 at 5:25 pm

    I don’t think its hating… I am not rich I live on a normal income yet you will never catch my sons going out looking as bad as this little girl….so sorry but beyonce keeps her hair done in nice expensive weaves and shit why cant you give her a nice hair doo like um washed combed and oiled to make her curls pop….

  35. Ashley Gonzalez on December 27, 2013 at 5:31 pm

    I also find it HILARIOUS that if people see a mother in the store looking beautiful and clean then two seconds later you see her child looking a hot mess next to her. People say that she is a bad mother yet when Beyoncé RICH ass do it …it’s ok?….and if you complain you are hating? This world is ass backwards. …do Beyoncé go outside with her head all fucked up HELL NAW SO WHY SHOULD THIS LITTLE GIRL.. She is a normal human like us all and a mother who dress up and looks gorgeous yet has her child looking poor is a bad mom..

  36. texassa on January 8, 2014 at 6:14 pm

    The ‘problem’ with this baby’s hair is that it is a black person’s hair. That is the only thing wrong with it. Please realize that some people are not white, and that is OK.

  37. Hairdidkidstoo on January 9, 2014 at 3:23 pm

    I think its really funny tho… her mom is Beyonce! She has way too much money for that…not acceptable! Blue hair is always all napped up, Not just sometimes… ALL the time… In every picture! I understand that some kids don’t like their hair combed. However not combing it is NOT the solution. Combing it anyway is. Its like some kids don’t like veggies, but not eating them is not the wisest choice. Just like we figured out how to sneak veggies into sauces and smoothies… Bey could easily comb Blues hair when its wet or while she is watching a movie or eating a snack or sleeping IJS it can be done. The thing about it is, Black ppl are going to say something, BC we ALL know its a hard job, but SOMEBODY has to do it. If Beyonce and JayZ didn’t like ppl commenting about their kid and her hair, maybe they should stop posting pictures of her via instagram and such… otherwise when you live in the lime light you get hear the opinion of the masses. IMO

  38. KekkeDee on January 11, 2014 at 10:41 am

    Blue Ivy is damn ugly!

  39. Bbyfruit on January 19, 2014 at 1:51 pm

    Ok y’all saying Beyoncé can’t do hair I mean y can’t u all u gotta do is throw sum lil ponytails in her hair nd call it a day I mean damn it’s not tht har

  40. Lisa Sweet on February 2, 2014 at 8:57 pm

    This is sad this child in 5-7 years will learn what a big deal everyone is making over her hair. All the negative comments is cyber bullying a child. Everyone is trying to bash and talk down on how a parent chooses to style a child’s hair. Beyonce daughter has 4b-4c textured hair (google it). What B is doing to Ivy hair is remarkable. By allowing her daughter to be naturally herself she attempting to eliminate brainwashing past down from generations. She is not forcing her child to take on beauty standards past down to African Americans from slavery. It seems Beyonce is trying natural hair styles and natural approaches to style Ivy’s hair. In the future like most mother’s B will become better with natural hair techniques. She is a mother just like everyone else and will ot get i right the 1st time around. Most mother’s I know are very protective over their children, so a natural stylist for a toddler is just too much. Baby heads are very tender and combing through some coarse hair is painful for babies. There are techniques such as wetting then combing or using detangling shampoo for kids and finger detangling. Ivy is still a Baby so most parent do not try certain products on toddlers. When combing kinky hair it becomes very frizzy and expand for certain textures. So many of those who find natural hair not tidy will further complain. Most people who have responded negative to Ivy’s hair are African Americans who are brain washed to some extent of what kept hair is suppose to be, 200+ years of psychological damage from slavery has been past down from one generation to the next. This is exactly why Beyonce and other African American parents in this generation are loving their sons & daughters for the way they are and not how society wants Black children to look. B like other parents are trying to do their best to reverse the damage. Yes B wear weaves and use chemicals on her own hair, eventually daughters will want to be like mommy but B is giving Ivy chance to choose.

  41. roberta on June 11, 2014 at 8:52 pm

    We not talking about blue ivy we talking about beyonce and jay z. They supposed to be so powerful. Beyonce know she had a baby by black man and. She know it and he know it that if your baby is black all the way like hers you must comb it. That little girl is taking her hair after jay z hair. All they need is use a comb water brush and grease and use on her hair how simple can that be!!!

  42. me on June 13, 2014 at 10:00 pm

    People are not haters for sticking up for Blue Ivy.Queen Younce always spends tons of money on her own hair.Even when Beyonce wears her own hair natural she has shine and moisture to it.People are not hating for telling her to brush poor Blue’s hair.Blue’s follicles need a good brushing and some moisture wouldn’t hurt.I’am not black but I was born with curly hair which I brush and then put shine and moisture products and then air dry.Blue Ivy hair does look like Coolios no wait Coolios is better as it looks like it has moisture in it.Baby or not what right really do 2 millionaires have to flaunt their money treating themselves like Royalty and their kid looks second rate?.

  43. Taye Taye Italiano on June 30, 2014 at 3:47 am

    Her hair look like her dumb ass name…. blue IVY. . A tangled fucking mess. I knew from the time we found out Beyonce was having a girl that this kid was gonna be ugly as all sin. & I was 200% right too. Gonna need a shit ton of plastic surgery when she Grows up just like her momma. This whole fucking family is wack & ain’t what they are cracked up to be. They aren’t godly like people try to make em out to be. Kim Kardashian puts Beyonce to SHAME any day as far as looks go. & north does the same to poison ivy..

    • Leena on October 25, 2014 at 12:14 am

      North’s hair is gorgeous! And it’s always combed and she’s younger than B & J’s daughter. So there’s no excuse. 4b or 4z so what? Take care of it. No relaxers, weaves, glue ins. Just take care of it. If it’s taken care of, it will show. Those who are saying it’s looks good I can’t even imagine how their kids hair look or even their own.

  44. emerald on May 22, 2015 at 12:30 pm

    Yall haters just leave her alone she just a baby she probably dosent like her hair combed so….dont b mean unless u want some one to be mean to u