Blue Ivy Carter emphasizes the importance of hand washing in PSA video
The 8-year-old broke the internet.
Like Beyoncé, daughter Blue Ivy Carter is well aware how to break the internet.
On Saturday (April 18), Tina Knowles shared an adorable video of her granddaughter explaining hand washing tips amid the COVID-19 pandemic. “Hey y’all! Since we’re stuck at home, I have this little DIY experiment that you can do at home too,” Blue Ivy said in the beginning of the video. “This is why it’s important to wash your hands.”
She continued, “So, I have a mixture of a lot of different types of soaps inside of this and this is the Coronavirus or any virus. It’s just pepper. So, you’re going to want to stick your finger inside of the mixture of soaps, make sure you get a lot on there, then put your finger in it and the virus goes out. This is why it’s very important to wash your hands because if you wash your hands, your hands will stay clean. But, if you keep your hands dirty, you might get sick.”
This isn’t the first time that the internet has witnessed an adorable moment from Blue Ivy. Last month, the 8-year-old was starstruck after meeting LeBron James after his game at Staples Center. “You want a ball from me?” James asked Blue Ivy. “Okay, I got you.” Before wrapping up their interaction, the Lakers star promised Blue Ivy that she would have a signed basketball by the time she got out of school the following week.
Blue Ivy made headlines again when she posed alongside her mom and Megan Thee Stallion at The Carters’ New Year’s Eve party. After the “Hot Girl Summer” spitter shared the photos that gained over 2 million likes to her Instagram, fans couldn’t stop buzzing about the legendary moment.
Check out Blue Ivy’s adorable hand washing PSA video below.
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