Hot dogs that come in a pack of 8, while the buns come in a pack of 10, why people say, never say never, when they said never twice and the fact that Flavor Flav has 7 kids, are all things that I’m indifferent about. It’s not that I don’t care about them, but I really don’t care about them. And now you can add Blue Ivy’s hair to the list.
You see I don’t spend long hours contemplating how someone willingly procreates with Flavor Flav, why Wonder bread makes more buns than Oscar Meyer makes hotdogs, and I damn sure don’t care about Blue Ivy’s hair throwing up the Westside sign. What set you claim?
But apparently there are some that do care about little Ms. Ivy’s unkempt coif. So much in fact that they’ve made disparaging comments about a Ivy’s hair, resembling a brillo pad and among other things on twitter, facebook and other social media sites. The fact that grown people can take time out of their busy lives to talk about a 2 year old’s hair is beyond me, When I see shit like this, I think people either have to much time on their hands or their hair wasn’t combed enough as a child.
Now the fact that someone can care so much about Blue Ivy’s hair not being maintained to their standards, that they created a change.org petition, makes me think of Cathy Bates in Misery. I don’t know whether I should disappointed at Change.org which is usually a platform for social change and shit, for allowing this foolery to happen, or at an adult, who clearly took the time out to think about making a change.org petition, about a little girls hair. I think I’m going to go with the latter
But that’s exactly what A Brooklyn woman named Jasmine Toliver did, who in her petition stated.
As a woman who understands the importance of hair care. It’s disturbing to watch a child suffering from the lack of hair moisture. The parents of Blue Ivy. Sean Carter A.K.A Jay-Z and Beyoncé has failed at numerous attempts of doing Blue Ivy Hair. This matter has escalated to the child developing matted dreads and lint balls. Please let’s get the word out to properly care for Blue Ivy hair.
The fact that grown people can make comments and hastags about a toddlers hair is something I have a hard time grasping. But I have an even harder time understanding the need for petition that has garnered 1,500 signatures all because of a little girls hair, not being combed?
What do you think? Am I overreacting? Or is Blue Ivy’s hair worth all the fuss that it receives?
Talk to me, I’ll talk back.