Blue ivy is UGLY!!!!
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ewwww

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#1 Jul 20, 2013
It's damn ugly. It looks like jayz and there is absolutely nothing cute about that human camel.

I wish Beyonce fans would stop saying that creature is cute. If you think blue is cute than you must feel the same about her carbon copy dad.

I wish Beyonce would put that thing back under the covers. We have to put up with jayz, we don't need a carbon copy.

Yuck.....*wipes the puke off*

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#2 Jul 20, 2013
Sounds like jealous to me. Too bad they make more money in a year than you will ever see in your life.

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#3 Jul 20, 2013
ewwww

Australia

#4 Jul 20, 2013
Carmiana wrote:
Sorry it doesn't look like that now that she has grown. It looks like a mini jayz...UGLY!!!!
ewwww

Australia

#5 Jul 20, 2013
I see triplets wrote:
Sounds like jealous to me. Too bad they make more money in a year than you will ever see in your life.
Not jealous of their money. She will need that for future plastic surgeries.

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#6 Jul 20, 2013
ewwww wrote:
It's damn ugly. It looks like jayz and there is absolutely nothing cute about that human camel.
I wish Beyonce fans would stop saying that creature is cute. If you think blue is cute than you must feel the same about her carbon copy dad.
I wish Beyonce would put that thing back under the covers. We have to put up with jayz, we don't need a carbon copy.
Yuck.....*wipes the puke off*
you ugly just like your pappy
Genevieve11

Los Angeles, CA

#7 Dec 26, 2013
blue ivy is going to have one tough road to ho, thanks in part to Beyonce. Beyonce has rightfully set the bar high in the music industry. But Bey seems to be semi-forcing her kid into the music industry by having her perform and stuff when the kid can't even read yet. Plus, Blue is gonna have a nightmare when she looks back at the media and blacks calling her "ugly" and her baby pictures of her natural hair, and how is she gonna justify that and have a healthy self-esteem while her momma glues on blonde lacefronts and becomes a beauty icon and superstar? I see a major psychological disaster brewing if you ask me. It's NOT gonna be good for this lil tender baby...with all that money, she is going to be messed UP in the head.
michele

Houston, TX

#8 Dec 27, 2013
ewwww wrote:
It's damn ugly. It looks like jayz and there is absolutely nothing cute about that human camel.
I wish Beyonce fans would stop saying that creature is cute. If you think blue is cute than you must feel the same about her carbon copy dad.
I wish Beyonce would put that thing back under the covers. We have to put up with jayz, we don't need a carbon copy.
Yuck.....*wipes the puke off*
JEALOUS Devil inbreds are so distraught that Beyonce didn't want one of those feminine male inbreds so they want Beyonce fans to hate on a innocent baby.

The baby is cute. Shes very cute.

Beyonce does not care what you pigskins think, she just wants you money.

You inbreds need to stop worrying about black celebrities and focus on Brittany Gaga justin Taylor & flat ass Miley.

You don't see black people invading & going to white concerts & getting jealous of white women marrying white men.

Beyonce does not like white men GET OVER IT.

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#9 Dec 27, 2013
Blue is a pretty version of her daddy it happens all the time.

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#10 Dec 27, 2013
Genevieve11 wrote:
blue ivy is going to have one tough road to ho, thanks in part to Beyonce. Beyonce has rightfully set the bar high in the music industry. But Bey seems to be semi-forcing her kid into the music industry by having her perform and stuff when the kid can't even read yet. Plus, Blue is gonna have a nightmare when she looks back at the media and blacks calling her "ugly" and her baby pictures of her natural hair, and how is she gonna justify that and have a healthy self-esteem while her momma glues on blonde lacefronts and becomes a beauty icon and superstar? I see a major psychological disaster brewing if you ask me. It's NOT gonna be good for this lil tender baby...with all that money, she is going to be messed UP in the head.
As long as her father stays in her life and shower her with love she will be just fine.
SadButTrue

Ashburn, VA

#11 Dec 27, 2013
ewwww wrote:
It's damn ugly. It looks like jayz and there is absolutely nothing cute about that human camel.
I wish Beyonce fans would stop saying that creature is cute. If you think blue is cute than you must feel the same about her carbon copy dad.
I wish Beyonce would put that thing back under the covers. We have to put up with jayz, we don't need a carbon copy.
Yuck.....*wipes the puke off*
Maceo

Shut up! why didn't you have any kids by your White wife? You said only Biracial kids were cute by a White woman.

I think you did that because you wanted to keep your money for yourself! You won't have anybody taking care of you when you need help the most because you were selfish, self centered and arrogant!

You'll be like your Dad die alone and your kids don't want anything to do with you!

That's sad!
michele

Houston, TX

#12 Dec 27, 2013
Genevieve11 wrote:
blue ivy is going to have one tough road to ho, thanks in part to Beyonce. Beyonce has rightfully set the bar high in the music industry. But Bey seems to be semi-forcing her kid into the music industry by having her perform and stuff when the kid can't even read yet. Plus, Blue is gonna have a nightmare when she looks back at the media and blacks calling her "ugly" and her baby pictures of her natural hair, and how is she gonna justify that and have a healthy self-esteem while her momma glues on blonde lacefronts and becomes a beauty icon and superstar? I see a major psychological disaster brewing if you ask me. It's NOT gonna be good for this lil tender baby...with all that money, she is going to be messed UP in the head.
SHUT the hell up bitch.
Stop wishing BAD fortune on a baby.

I guess it makes you feel better about your pathetic life to HOPE Beyonces baby has a terrible life.

If Beyonce wants her baby in the music industry, thats her baby; You raise your own baby. Blue will be fine.

There are no BETTER mothers in this world. Most parents SUCK at raising children, so bey will do the best she can. Just like everybody else.

Millions of Light skinned black women have worn blond hair & wigs since the 70's & before. Why can't bey ?Why is she different.?

Whatever beyonce is doing. She has a BLACK FAMILY, A BLACK HUSBAND, A BLACK BABY.

Blue is not gonna have nightmares about people calling her ugly. Cause we blacks don't have nightmares about every little thing like white people do. We are STRONGER than that.

Blue will know shes pretty. All she will have to do is look at herself in the mirror to see that.
Black people don't get brainwashed by being called ugly. & believe its true.

If blue was white she would believe all that bullshit & become suicidal.
Blue is black, so she will be strong enough to know its JEALOUSY!! Thats what we black women are made of. We are not wimps.
Chucky McSpears

Ashburn, VA

#13 Dec 27, 2013
ewwww wrote:
It's damn ugly. It looks like jayz and there is absolutely nothing cute about that human camel.
I wish Beyonce fans would stop saying that creature is cute. If you think blue is cute than you must feel the same about her carbon copy dad.
I wish Beyonce would put that thing back under the covers. We have to put up with jayz, we don't need a carbon copy.
Yuck.....*wipes the puke off*
Maceo

I think your Mother was ugly, you look like Cee Lo Green your ugly!
Chucky McSpears

Ashburn, VA

#14 Dec 27, 2013
michele wrote:
<quoted text>
SHUT the hell up bitch.
Stop wishing BAD fortune on a baby.
I guess it makes you feel better about your pathetic life to HOPE Beyonces baby has a terrible life.
If Beyonce wants her baby in the music industry, thats her baby; You raise your own baby. Blue will be fine.
There are no BETTER mothers in this world. Most parents SUCK at raising children, so bey will do the best she can. Just like everybody else.
Millions of Light skinned black women have worn blond hair & wigs since the 70's & before. Why can't bey ?Why is she different.?
Whatever beyonce is doing. She has a BLACK FAMILY, A BLACK HUSBAND, A BLACK BABY.
Blue is not gonna have nightmares about people calling her ugly. Cause we blacks don't have nightmares about every little thing like white people do. We are STRONGER than that.
Blue will know shes pretty. All she will have to do is look at herself in the mirror to see that.
Black people don't get brainwashed by being called ugly. & believe its true.
If blue was white she would believe all that bullshit & become suicidal.
Blue is black, so she will be strong enough to know its JEALOUSY!! Thats what we black women are made of. We are not wimps.
MaCEO

Still talking to your own profiles Senior Citizen? LMAO

Funny! You go on BeyondblackandWhite.com and you have 27 profiles half of them are White males and the other half are Black women!

Your so immature like the the article states which is why Black women don't want Black men. Too many immature, insecure baby boys!

That article on Absentee Fathers and how hit effects Black 0men is true!
Chucky McSpearsHD

Ashburn, VA

#16 Dec 27, 2013
sassyntrashy wrote:
<quoted text>As long as her father stays in her life and shower her with love she will be just fine.
maceo

Adult Children of Absentee Fathers Tend to:

1) Need constant approval to feel validated.

This is where it all started for me. There was no dad to teach me the value of assertiveness, so mom became the gateway to personal validation. Donít get me wrong, I love and respect my mother. It takes a strong woman to be able to raise a son singlehandedly, and I wouldnít be half the man I am today without her guidance. What I needed from a father figure was the confidence and self-esteem that would enable me to make important decisions on my own. Instead, I ended up compensating for a lack of confidence by seeking counsel from mom for everything

Breaking the habit: Are you the kind of person who obsesses and needs validation over every little decision?I was like this, too. Please believe me when I say that this kind of thinking does no good for anyone, least of all you. You know all those jobs youíre thinking about applying to that require ďindependent thinking?Ē Well, thatís not a description of you if youíre going to be constantly running to the boss with trifles. Do you really need to seek someone elseís opinion for such trivial matters?

) Be harsh self critics.

Something was wrong with me, there must have been. Why else would all the other kids go home after school to houses with both moms and dads, while I walked back to an empty house or a babysitter because my mom was busy working 10 or 12-hour shifts to support us? Itís easy for a kid to get down on himself without the proper support, and trying harder to correct your perceived faults isnít the answer. In fact, trying harder to ďfixĒ myself probably just contributed to my self-loathing, s

Breaking the habit: So what? Itís not all bad, you might be thinking. That punishing, inner critic can actually spur you on to great accomplishments. But youíve got to be careful. Would you offer criticism to other people with the same harsh voice you use to critique yourself?

3) Value loyalty to the exclusion of common sense.

You know all that attention that dad wasnít giving me? Well, I found it somewhere else. All of the relationship building that should have been happening between my father and I was instead happening with people who did not have my best interests at heart, to put it mildly. But because I was so eager to find acceptance, I couldnít see straight, and I put my faith and loyalty in people who did not deserve it. But when the bad relationship choices extend into your adult life, youíre inviting disappointment and outright heartache.

Breaking the habit: Friendships are two-way streets and they are built on the commonalities between two people on equal footing. If you find yourself giving and giving without getting anything in return, if you take a close look at your ďfriendsĒ and find that you have little in common with them, if you find that you and the ones to whom you give your loyalty are from radically different walks of life ó then it might be time to re-evaluate who your real friends are.

4) Have difficulty finishing what they start.

This one probably hurts the most. Looking back on my youth, I canít begin to count the number of opportunities I missed out on because I hadnít yet learned how to follow through. Dad wasnít around to show me that when things get tough, you need to lower your shoulder and run through the sh*t. Instead, if things didnít work out for me right away, I was more inclined to just drop what I was doing and move on and chase sex and I actually ended up with nothing. This is no way to experience life, as a young man or a grown one.

When evaluating your character, itís important not to play the blame game. Itís good to be able to identify your own deficiencies and how they developed, but in the end, itís you alone who are responsible for fixing them.
Chucky McSpearsHD

Ashburn, VA

#17 Dec 27, 2013
I see triplets wrote:
Sounds like jealous to me. Too bad they make more money in a year than you will ever see in your life.
Adult Children of Absentee Fathers Tend to:
Adult Children of Absentee Fathers Tend to:

1) Need constant approval to feel validated.

This is where it all started for me. There was no dad to teach me the value of assertiveness, so mom became the gateway to personal validation. Donít get me wrong, I love and respect my mother. It takes a strong woman to be able to raise a son singlehandedly, and I wouldnít be half the man I am today without her guidance. What I needed from a father figure was the confidence and self-esteem that would enable me to make important decisions on my own. Instead, I ended up compensating for a lack of confidence by seeking counsel from mom for everything

Breaking the habit: Are you the kind of person who obsesses and needs validation over every little decision?I was like this, too. Please believe me when I say that this kind of thinking does no good for anyone, least of all you. You know all those jobs youíre thinking about applying to that require ďindependent thinking?Ē Well, thatís not a description of you if youíre going to be constantly running to the boss with trifles. Do you really need to seek someone elseís opinion for such trivial matters?

) Be harsh self critics.

Something was wrong with me, there must have been. Why else would all the other kids go home after school to houses with both moms and dads, while I walked back to an empty house or a babysitter because my mom was busy working 10 or 12-hour shifts to support us? Itís easy for a kid to get down on himself without the proper support, and trying harder to correct your perceived faults isnít the answer. In fact, trying harder to ďfixĒ myself probably just contributed to my self-loathing, s

Breaking the habit: So what? Itís not all bad, you might be thinking. That punishing, inner critic can actually spur you on to great accomplishments. But youíve got to be careful. Would you offer criticism to other people with the same harsh voice you use to critique yourself?

3) Value loyalty to the exclusion of common sense.

You know all that attention that dad wasnít giving me? Well, I found it somewhere else. All of the relationship building that should have been happening between my father and I was instead happening with people who did not have my best interests at heart, to put it mildly. But because I was so eager to find acceptance, I couldnít see straight, and I put my faith and loyalty in people who did not deserve it. But when the bad relationship choices extend into your adult life, youíre inviting disappointment and outright heartache.

Breaking the habit: Friendships are two-way streets and they are built on the commonalities between two people on equal footing. If you find yourself giving and giving without getting anything in return, if you take a close look at your ďfriendsĒ and find that you have little in common with them, if you find that you and the ones to whom you give your loyalty are from radically different walks of life ó then it might be time to re-evaluate who your real friends are.

4) Have difficulty finishing what they start.

This one probably hurts the most. Looking back on my youth, I canít begin to count the number of opportunities I missed out on because I hadnít yet learned how to follow through. Dad wasnít around to show me that when things get tough, you need to lower your shoulder and run through the sh*t. Instead, if things didnít work out for me right away, I was more inclined to just drop what I was doing and move on and chase sex and I actually ended up with nothing. This is no way to experience life, as a young man or a grown one.

When evaluating your character, itís important not to play the blame game. Itís good to be able to identify your own deficiencies and how they developed, but in the end, itís you alone who are responsible for fixing them.
michele

Houston, TX

#18 Dec 27, 2013
ewwww wrote:
<quoted text>
Not jealous of their money. She will need that for future plastic surgeries.
Blue won't be aging in dog years like you wrinkled skin inbreds do by the age of 25, so she won't be needing anything.

Plastic surgery was designed for pigskin DEVILS. blacks don't need it.

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#21 Dec 27, 2013
This Michele poster is funny as hell. One of the funniest posters I have ever seen here.
michele

Houston, TX

#22 Dec 27, 2013
Its dat Koonza time wrote:
<quoted text>why call the kid BLUE? surely it should be called BLACK.
The kid is called BLUE cause thats what her parents named her. Her parents didn't name her black cause shes black.

Should your parents name you "pink"cause you skin is pink?.

"it"? blue is not by a male inbred & that upsets you. Beyonce doesn't find you male inbreds attractive. If she had a baby with a white inbred. You pigskins wouldn't be so salty about her baby.
michele

Houston, TX

#24 Dec 27, 2013
Its dat Koonza time wrote:
<quoted text>so what happened to Whacko jackson? he didn't just have surgery, he BLEACHED himself whiter than white.
MJ didn't need any plastic surgery. there was nothing wrong with him.

You inbreds get a kick outta that whitewashed fool cause he wanted to be like you. He was sick.

If he wanted to be white so bad. he should have gave black people back our rhythm & learned how to dance like crackers.

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