Tasha K Crosses the Line: Blue Ivy’s Dance Moves Steal the Show on Beyoncé’s Tour!

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Making fun of a kid putting effort isn’t cool and the internet isn’t taking it easy on Tasha K. 

Blogger Tasha K received backlash after she ridiculed Blue Ivy’s dance moves during Beyonce’s RENAISSANCE Tour. 

Recently on her show Unwine with Tasha K, the blogger made fun of the teenager’s dance moves when enraged fans of Beyonce and Jay Z

Disheartened fans were vocal about their disappointment as they dragged her online. 

A fan wrote “SMH trolling babies now, Congrats on a new low Tasha. SMH. Blue danced perfectly fine for her age. Shame on you.”

The blogger while discussing the tour and Blue Ivy’s dance moves says, “She went on to tell the publication that she’s ‘super proud’ seeing Blue Ivy perform with her mom,” She continued “I can’t help, that’s a little bit of shade, okay? ‘Cause everybody knows that Blue Ivy was very stiff up there. Beyonce just gon’ tell this girl that she got it. We’ve seen 13-year-old girls from the hood outdance and hula-hoop her! I like Blue Ivy, I think she’s beautiful, I think she’s going to be a model. Her momma already has her life being set up. But her momma has to be honest with her and tell her the truth.

Not stopping there she further said, 

“I need Beyonce to take a day trip back down to Houston,”

 “I need her to take a trip to the projects, alright? Her local rec center, local kids club, leave Blue Ivy down there for one week, and let’s see if she’s able to loosen up. Okay? Put her in an all-hood cheerleading camp. You know there’s the black cheerleaders and the white cheerleaders. I got a feeling she over there with the white cheerleaders, the Catholic cheerleaders. They not supposed to bend over all the way. But the black cheerleaders gon’ bend over. I just think Blue Ivy just needs a little bit of tweaking. If I’m paying $2,000 a seat, I don’t wanna see a robot up there. She looks like the iRobot that be vacuuming my floors.”

Whether or not it’s an honest review, it’s definitely not a way to criticize.