Blue Ivy Bids On 19K Painting But Jay Z’s Not Having It

Blue Ivy Bids On 19K Painting But Jay Z’s Not Having It

 

Blue Ivy Bids On 19K Painting But Jay Z’s Not Having It

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It all went down at the 2018 Wearable Art Gala on Saturday, which was organized by Tina Knowles and her husband Richard Lawson to raise money for a non-profit art and performance complex.

A painting of a young Sidney Poitier was up for auction and Blue started off by bidding $17,000. She eventually went to $19,000 before her dad jokingly stopped her from going any higher. Check out the clip below.

(Sigh), must be nice to joke around with money like that.

Anywho, at the end of it all, the painting went to none other than Tyler Perry for $20,000, according to E!.

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