Blue Ivy is a performer just like her mommy and when a video showing the eight-year-old dancing to Beyoncé‘s hit “MOOD 4 EVA” wound up on social media, she immediately went viral. Queen Bey and Jay-Z‘s oldest child was seen busting some moves out to her famous mom’s 2019 “Lion King” hit thanks to the child’s stylist (yes, we said stylist), Manuel Mendez, who shared the adorable clip. Within a day, his post showcasing Blue Ivy’s dance magic has been liked by over 20k, which is more than the number of people who even follow him.
In the cute video, Bey and Jay-Z’s firstborn is wearing a light pink dress with an opening in the front. With her long hair pulled back, Blue Ivy looked all grown up while wearing dark lipstick. Holding herself with confidence just like her mama, the young star channeled her own inner Sasha Fierce. Swaying her hips and using her arms to hit strong poses, Blue Ivy proved that her parents aren’t the only ones in the family with talent.
Manuel Mendez, who was once Beyoncé’s personal assistant, is getting praise for sharing the clip, which was first shown in the 24-time Grammy winner’s 2019 “Making the Gift” documentary. “Mood 4 Eva. #love,” Mendez captioned her dance video.
“Thank you for sharing this gift. I gag!” wrote someone to Mendez. Others are comparing her level of talent to her successful parents. “She gone have that same glitter that her Mommy got and Daddy ! Who do you think that she is watching, everyday ! ??? She is exposed to excellence in rare form!” commented another.
“She’ll be a super star no doubt!” shared someone else. Many wrote words of encouragement to Blue Ivy. “Go Blue Go! So much love for her,” replied a fan. “JUST LOVE HER…..GO BABY GIRL,” wrote another exciting follower. Beyoncé’s “MOOD 4 EVA” was a hit off of the pop star’s 2019 soundtrack “Lion King: The Gift.” Blue Ivy took home an NAACP Image Award earlier this year for outstanding duo/group following her contributions to another hit from the soundtrack, “Brown Skin Girl.” Besides lending her vocals for the song, she also held a writing credit. The song was an immediate success and climbed the charts, making it Blue Ivy’s first Billboard Hot 100 song.