Blue Ivy Carter bids at art auction

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Bey and Jay took their daughter to the Wearable Art Gala on Saturday night in El Lay, which was being organized by grandma Tina Knowles Lawson and her husband, Richard.

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Starting off with her first bid at AU $22,000 (US $17,000), Blue Ivy was just getting warmed up when she lifted her paddle again and her famous rapper dad jokingly tried to stop her from any further bids. "Why you think I'm up here talking about it?" As the bid got higher and reached $19,000, Blue proudly raised her paddle, and beamed with joy as the auctioneer said "Yes, 19, Miss Blue".

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Most kids probably spent their Saturday night asking to play video games and asking their parents to buy them Happy Meals, whereas Blue Ivy didn't even ask when she bid $19,000 on a piece of art. Her mother and father have been talking about how you gather art, and that is a big deal for African Americans. 'Yes! Baby girl. Let me tell you what is happening. Beyonce and Blue Ivy matched in gold ensembles, with the latter rocking a gold headpiece. The youngster successfully bid $10,000 for a Samuel Levi Jones artwork, according to Vanity Fair.

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When she wasn't dropping bands on the auction, Blue Ivy stole the show when she hit the red carpet with her mom, Beyoncé. Meanwhile, Beyonce walked away with a $17,000 set of Lorraine Schwartz panther earrings. Beyoncé and Blue wore matching gold gowns that stayed true to the event's theme "From WACO to Wakanda". The gala, which raises money for the WACO Theater Center, also honored Jay-Z's mother, Gloria Carter, for her humanitarian work with the Shawn Carter Foundation.