In case you're wondering if you're being paid enough for your job or if you're spending way too much on luxury, we have news that will push you over the edge.
Beyoncé and Jay-Z's 6-year-old daughter Blue Ivy Carter just casually bid $19,000 on a piece of art.
Yes, you read that right.
Watch this video if you find that hard to digest.
Blue Ivy out here bidding $19,000 for art. *cries in poorness* pic.twitter.com/SBoYL57Upq— Proto (@The__Prototype) March 18, 2018
According to a report by Vanity Fair, Baby Blue Ivy made an appearance with her parents on Saturday night at the 2018 WACO Wearable Art event and placed her bid on an acrylic portrait of Sidney Poitier.
Jay-Z jokingly tried to pull her hand down, but Blue was not having it. She wanted that art, and was ready to write a check for $19K.
That translates to Rs. 12 lakhs in Indian currency. Yes, TWELVE LAKHS!
According to Vanity Fair, she ended up losing that bid to Tyler Perry, but she did take home another piece of art for $10,000.
Only Rs. 6.5 lakhs, no biggie!
The viral video from the event led to a burst of jokes on Twitter.
When your kid realizes that’s she’s a billionaire Blue Ivy knows her worth Get it momma Queen 👸🏾 pic.twitter.com/9jCcjK0GwZ— Truth&Facts 🇧🇷 (@QueenThicc_) March 18, 2018
Whenever you’re feeling yourself a bit TOO much & need to be humbled a bit, just know you’ll never have the juice like Blue Ivy. https://t.co/2IxxZt4s61— Cher (@thecherness) March 18, 2018
Me: I can’t be bought. Period.Blue Ivy: I’ll take her for $19KMe: pic.twitter.com/3AL6cNLIHf— Blue Ivy’s Bid Paddle🙋🏽♀️ (@_colourmebold) March 18, 2018
Blue Ivy out here buying 19k worth of art at six...I’m 20 still buying ramen... pic.twitter.com/C97lMjeydR— T’ Meezy 🌻🙅🏾♀️ (@_MeezyMeez) March 18, 2018
There’s only ONE LEGEND in the Carter household & that’s Blue Ivy 😂😂💀 pic.twitter.com/OXRsMhM5lp— 🌹 (@xxMERE) March 18, 2018
Blue Ivy out her bidding $19K like it’s nothing. Meanwhile I’m over here flexing with these 30 day free trials and cancelling the day before the trials are up so my card won’t get charged.— Slone (@Slone_King) March 18, 2018
We don't remember our allowances being that big when we were 6: https://t.co/g34UqBJF8Q— E! News (@enews) March 19, 2018
And here I am, still figuring out how to buy daily essentials.