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    Blue Ivy Told Her Grandma To Stop Taking A Video Because She's Blue Ivy And She Can Do That

    When Blue Ivy says stop, you stop.

    Blue Ivy Carter has proved time and time again that she's in charge. Yes, she might only be six years old, but facts are facts.

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    For example, remember that time she told her parents to be quiet at the Grammys? That's right, Blue told Beyoncé to stop clapping and Beyoncé did because Blue is in charge.


    Also, you might remember that not too long ago, Blue bid $19,000 on a portrait at an auction and her parents didn't stop her. Why? Because Blue Ivy is in charge.

    Blue Ivy out here bidding $19,000 for art. *cries in poorness*

    Also because $19,000 to Jay and Bey is basically loose change that they find down the back of the sofa.

    So what am I here to tell you about today? Obviously Blue Ivy being in charge, and this time it includes the legendary mother of Beyoncé and Solange, Tina Lawson, who is currently in Paris celebrating her anniversary.

    Tina jumped on the 'gram to share a video with her followers where she was about to watch the ballet. But if you play the video with sound, you might hear a little tiny voice...

    "You're not supposed to take videos, Grandma! You're not supposed to."


    Now although we can't see her, we can safely assume that the voice belongs to Blue Ivy, especially considering Beyoncé fan accounts have posted pictures showing Blue atop the Eiffel Tower with Tina.

    As soon as fans picked up on the voice, they flooded the comments, clearly loving Blue taking charge of the holiday.

    Someone has to make sure everybody else is following the rules!

    At least one thing is clear – when Blue says stop, you stop!