Beyonce brought in the new year performing at a private concert at the Wynn hotel in Las Vegas. The event was invite-only, an audience of 700 couples attended. Beyonce performed past and present hits, and also led the crowd for the countdown to the new year.
Jay-Z and Beyonce tried to cash in on the name “Blu Ivy” but hit a road bloack, they were unable to obtain a trademark. The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office sent a suspended letter to the couple for pending trademarks. A Boston-based wedding-planning company Blue Ivy had been operating under the name, since 2009.
Last night, Beyonce and Jay-z made Brooklyn history by performing to a sold out crowd at the Barclays Center. The event was streamed lived on YOUTUBE as promotion for Jay-z’s new YouTube channel JAY Z’s Life+Times. If you missed the show last night, watch enjoy and share.
Jay-Z and Beyonce have done a great job at keeping their daughter Blue Ivy from being photographed. A rare picture of Beyonce holding Blue Ivy face recently surfaced and went viral. She is now around six months old.
Jay-Z and Beyonce have decided to donate a massive selection of the presents to local charities for young mothers. They’ve already got the most precious gift – their new baby daughter – so they want to help out other parents who haven’t been as fortunate.”However, there is one item the couple want to keep for their daughter – a diamond-encrusted [pacifier].The source added to the Daily Star newspaper: “A close friend of theirs in the music industry gave them a diamond-encrusted Cartier [pacifier] – it must have cost $20,000. Blue has officially got her first piece of bling!”
Some of the pricier swag the newest edition to the Carter family received includes a handmade solid gold horse from Japanese jeweler Ginza Tanaka with a $600,000 price tag, a coach-like crib from Posh Tots, which cost $20,000 and a $15,000 Swarovski crystal covered highchair.