Two US journalists have been taken to task over their criticism of the appearance ofBeyoncé's daughter, Blue Ivy Carter.
When the photo was posted on January 1, Vanity Fair journalist K. Austin Collins wrote on Twitter, "I have a feeling the Jay-Z's face genes are about to really hit Blue Ivy and I feel so sorry for her". "I have a feeling the jay z face genes are about to really hit Blue Ivy and I feel so sorry for her", he wrote. "I can't allow myself to feel too sorry for the incredibly rich", Violet Lucca wrote.
It didn't take long for social media to slam Collins for his comments. He deleted his tweets after pandemonium erupted on Twitter.
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Violet, however, first went on the defense, choosing to sarcastically reply to a handful of Twitter users who called her out for her mean tweets.
"Children of famous ought to be off limits but time and again they haven't been", she said.
The one-and-a half minute video, or "Bey-Cap" as she titled it, is a montage highlighting the events and achievements that have made up this year including birthdays (Ms Tina Knowles', Blue's 7th (!) birthday, Michael B Jordan's, Diana Ross), date nights, album releases and award ceremonies. Black features are handsome.
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As one can imagine, Collins, who appears to be Black in his Twitter avatar and Lucca, who appears to be a white woman, caught the wrath of the Beyhive faithful and others on the sideline as they should have.
Not for nothing, Blue Ivy is a attractive Black girl who just happens to have famous parents. Meanwhile, Lucca insisted that her tweet was "petty", when she tried to recant her statement.
Lucca added, "I'm not playing the victim...sorry that I insulted Beyoncé's daughter by suggesting that she might get plastic surgery some day, like many children of famous people do". "Hopefully you will be fired soon".
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