Blue Ivy was front and center at the 2018 Grammy Awards in New York City on Sunday, January 28.
While the “Into It” songstress was delivering a moving speech, Bey and Jay-Z were clapping, when little Blue motioned for her parents to stop.
“Blue let them know who’s REALLY in charge here,” one person on Twitter perfectly summed up, while another added: “THIS VIDEO BLUE TELLING BEYONCE AND JAY-Z TO STOP CLAPPING SO SHE COULD LISTEN TO CAMILA TALK IS ALL I NEED IN LIVE.”
Jay-Z was nominated for eight awards but was surprisingly shut out during music's biggest night. His 4:44 title track was nominated for Best Rap Performance and Song of the Year, while his collaboration with Queen Bey, “Family Feud,” was nominated for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration. Kendrick Lamar ended up taking home a majority, while Bruno Mars’ “That’s What I Like” beat out Jay's “4:44” for Song of the Year and “24K Magic” beat out “The Story of O.J.” for Record of the Year.