Jay-Z, Blue Ivy Carter and Beyonce Christopher Polk/Getty Images for NARAS
NEW YORK, NY - JANUARY 28: Recording artist Jay-Z, Blue Ivy Carter and Beyonce attend the 60th Annual GRAMMY Awards at Madison Square Garden on January 28, 2018 in New York City. (Photo by Christopher Polk/Getty Images for NARAS)

Some of the biggest names in the music industry brought along their mini-mes to Sunday night’s Grammy Awards. Pink’s adorable daughter Willow met her idol Rihanna backstage, while DJ Khaled’s mogul-in-the-making toddler Asahd mingled on the red carpet. Then there was Blue Ivy Carter, who stole the show with a simple gesture toward her famous parents.

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The 6-year-old heir to (two-thirds of) the Beyoncé and Jay-Z empire set the Twitter-sphere ablaze when she innocently put a swift end to her parents’ applause during a speech by singer Camila Cabello. While the tyke’s actions were, undoubtedly, innocent, watching her wield power over two of the world’s most well known names had fans falling over themselves with laughter.

And, of course, the memes were aplenty.

“Blue told Hov & Beyoncé to chill. They embarrassing her,” joked one Twitter user.

Another teased about Blue about bossing her newborn siblings, twins Sir and Rumi.

“I know Blue be giving those twins HELL! ?,” they wrote.

“Blue Ivy is the only person who can tell Beyoncé and Jay-Z to calm down. A LEGEND,? one fan noted of the iconic moment.

The Carters made a much anticipated appearance at the 2018 awards to see if patriarch Jay-Z — aka Shawn Carter — would be taking home any trophies for his latest album “4:44,” which, among other topics, addressed his infidelities within his marriage to the “Lemonade” songstress. Unfortunately, he went home empty handed, but we got to enjoy this adorably awesome moment.


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