Petition Launched Calling For Blue Ivy Carter’s Hair to be ‘Properly Cared For’

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Brooklyn resident Jasmine Toliver launched a Change.org petition calling for Blue Ivy Carters hair to be properly cared for. www.naturallymoi.com


Reported by April Taylor

There has been no shortage of comments regarding the way Beyonce and Jay-Z have chosen to style their daughter, Blue Ivy’s, hair.  The couple have decided to allow her hair to go natural, but some are complaining that their choice is not just a matter of natural vs unnatural but kempt vs unkempt.  The toddler is often seen wearing what many consider to be a natural afro style.  Much of the discussion around the child’s hair has only become more fervent following pictures of the family that surfaced after they returned from spending time in the Hamptons.

Jasmine Toliver, a Brooklyn resident, has now started a Change.org petition requesting that Blue Ivy’s hair be “properly cared for.”  The woman’s post states: “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 Beyonce has failed at numerous attempts of doing Blue Ivy hair [sic].  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 petition was started last week, and so far, it only has 12 supporters.

Krishana Davis, who is an opinion writer for Jet magazine, points out that black hair has historically been a sensitive topic.  She also points out that it is Beyonce and Jay-Z’s decision what to do with their daughters hair, not other people’s.  Neither of the stars have commented on the petition or on the criticism they receive regarding their choices.

A fan of Beyonce’s pointed out in a blog that she has chosen to bring her baby into the public eye which has opened her up to criticism.  The fan believes that Beyonce and her fans should not respond negatively to the criticism as people having an opinion about what others do is just a by-product of being famous.



  1. Paula

    June 11, 2014 at 2:52 pm

    That is just a shame to allow this baby to hair to look so ragged. If your hair is in tack the same for your daughter as she is a product of you. That hair is not cute. If you can’t do hair take her to a Salon.

    • Teri

      June 11, 2014 at 4:49 pm

      Your grammatical mistakes are as “unkempt” as you say this baby’s hair is. Have a seat in an English class and pick up your “Get A Life” candle set on the way in.

      • George

        June 11, 2014 at 5:36 pm

        Thank you Teri! Not to mention your choice if formatting/grouping of news/or what ignorant nonsense you deem newsworthy.

      • keenah p

        June 11, 2014 at 8:41 pm

        Hell naw Teri!!! TRUE DAT!

    • Jacqueline Johnson

      June 11, 2014 at 11:18 pm

      What looks raggedy to you may or may not look raggedy to others. It’s in the eye of the beholder. What is cute to you may or may not be cute to others. It’s their choice. Your cute is your cute.

  2. Tiamtte

    June 11, 2014 at 3:46 pm

    If it were my child, it would be combed and styled as that was my preference for my child. I enjoyed styling my daughters hair with the bows and beads and braids. Since it’s not my child, I don’t care. She is properly cared for and loved, that is important.

  3. DiverseTfb1

    June 11, 2014 at 4:16 pm

    o me it looks as though the baby has great hair (that some call #NegroHair = Very strong afro hair). There is also a lot of it. I reckon possibly Beyonce probably tries to plait it and once Lil #BlueIvy starts screaming down the mansion B backs away leaving it half done. Now If Bey can’t get blues hair under control the nanny definitely cant. To make matters worse #Hairdressing #Guru #Grandma Tina Knowles isn’t on tap 24/7, Rapper et al Jay Z dons a simple skiffle and prolly don’t have time and auntie Solange has afros or wigs. #Result = #BlueIvy dons a head of natural half plaited hair & heartless #trolls #cuss Bey, Jay & Baby B. I could be wrong of course, but I done hairdressing for many years in a reputable salon many moons ago. I locked my own dreads that are now down my back (over 10 years of work) I agree ppl should stop cussing the baby but Sadly they wont. Bey & Jay probably don’t care either. But one day soon unless they want to put blue Ivy’s hair in locks, they’ll need to find a solution. #Gluck to them and lil b! #GreatPost

    • aleximaq

      June 11, 2014 at 4:57 pm

      Thank you!!!!! I have a son who had a bunch of hair….do you think he enjoyed having anything done to his hair? No…that is why he got his first haircut at 5 months old….

  4. Cynthia

    June 11, 2014 at 4:39 pm

    This is a shame it’s OK to want natural hair but this is not cool. She looks like no one cares about her. At least comb it.

    • E Raymond

      June 11, 2014 at 7:58 pm

      I respect you and others have an opinion. That’s what this social media is all about. But PEOPLE KILL ME who think they are any where near the vicinity to appropriately BUT INTO those folks personal lives. It’s CRAZY!!! Them folks are BILLIONAIRES from TAKING CARE OF THEIR OWN BUSINESS and most of the rest of us are out here struggling just to survive. CAN WE FOCUS ON SOME IMPORTANT SHIT instead of some DAMN HO CHATTER! (even though a little ho chatter is therapeutic sometimes to give you a break from so much real life drama). But to see folks taking this conversation SERIOUSLY IS INSANE.


      • Jacqueline Johnson

        June 11, 2014 at 11:23 pm

        Say a WORD E Raymond!!!!!!!!!!

      • ericaf

        June 13, 2014 at 9:31 pm

        Well said.People need to get a life, seriously . While you’re worrying about Blue’s hair your personal life is mess, get a life there are more important things to concern yourself with that is going to affect your daily life than the hair of some millionaire ‘ baby

    • Jacqueline Johnson

      June 11, 2014 at 11:21 pm

      It looks beautiful to me.

    • Lukas

      June 12, 2014 at 2:39 pm

      I have more things going on in my life than to be concerned about the Carters’ daughter’s hair. As much money as they have…they can do whatever they want and anytime they want. Focus on yourself and your family!!! If the parents aren’t offended, why should we??? If the child’s hair looked magnificent, someone would still have a problem. If I stood on a street corner and gave out legitimate $100 dollar bills…someone would still complain. Malcolm X once said, “Learn to see…listen…and think for yourself.” Father, Father…everybody thinks we are wrong. But who are they to judge us…simply because…our hair is long. You know we’ve got to find a way…to bring love here today. Picket lines and picket signs. Don’t punish me with brutality. Come on talk to me…so you can see…what’s going on…what’s going on (Marvin Gaye). And that’s the truth…RUTH!!!

  5. regina s

    June 11, 2014 at 4:43 pm

    leave kid alone but beyonce could fix her up while getting her own done

  6. aleximaq

    June 11, 2014 at 4:53 pm

    This is a damn shame….LEA THE BABY ALONE she’s cute so she gets a pass….a don’t know if you all notice but Beyoncé does not comb her hair all the time…neither does J…Beyoncé has said that Blue is feisty…that alone would keep me from fighting with a 2 year old about her hair….more important things…is she being fed? All her shots up to date….damn….

  7. Joia

    June 11, 2014 at 5:05 pm

    Never have a people been so confused and so self loathing and thought that they got it going on. This child’s hair is beautiful. It’s the way God blessed her with. If black people took the billions they spend a year with people who won’t spend a dime with them if it cost them the life of their first born child, and stop being ashamed of their own God given hair, we could build a nation. How in the world people would prefer yak hair, and synthetic hair and chemically processed hair over their own God given hair, is beyond comprehension. My hat is off in admiration to Beyoncé and JayZ for liberating the mind of their daughter to appreciate her own God given, beautiful, full bodied and natural hair. You loss souls did the same number of the gymnast Gabrielle after she had gone out and won Gold Medals for the country at the tender age of 16. You guys need to do some serious self love education on yourselves. Free your mind, and your hair will follow.

  8. Olivia

    June 11, 2014 at 5:05 pm

    I love Blue Ivy’s hair. When her love start to grow downward it will be beautiful with colored beads. She and her hair is perfect.

  9. Olivia

    June 11, 2014 at 5:07 pm

    I meant to say, when her hair starts growing downward.

  10. Patricia Ann

    June 11, 2014 at 5:36 pm

    Her hair is beautiful. I wish I had grown up loving my own hair and not become a relaxer / perm victim. I would imagine Blue Ivy doesn’t like getting her hair combed either and just perhaps her mom just decided that’s not the battle to fight right now. If it were styled and pressed, people would find something wrong with that and post negative comments about it.

  11. Nell Barnett

    June 11, 2014 at 5:37 pm

    Blue’s hair is beautiful! We have been sooooo conditioned to think we need to pull tightly, braid tightly and “mess” with our hair it’s unbelievable. As long as hair and body are clean it’s the business of no one else.

  12. SweetTweet

    June 11, 2014 at 5:39 pm

    Angie, Ruby and Terry I agree with your comments.

  13. Salcy

    June 11, 2014 at 6:00 pm

    I don’t think it is my business, but as a Mother, your child’s grooming is a reflection on you. Bey is always picture perfect. African Americans have always allowed their girls to go natural but they tame the hair with some time of style. What I see in this pic is not natural hair, it is matted. Blu Ivy always looks like an orphan. She is never dressed, her hair is never neat and with their wealth, it is not cute.

    Even the poorest mother has her little girl looking good….this builds self esteem. When she had her nephew with her all over the world he was always cute, neatly dressed and groomed.

  14. Mz. Observant

    June 11, 2014 at 6:39 pm

    What is this…a slow newsday? Everybody standing around at the water cooler with hands in their pockets going: “Damn! We ain’t got nothing to do y’all! Hey!…I know what! How about we find someone just as ridiculous as us and write about something that is not only stupid, but something that is nobody’s business Ok? Now whose on board?” Same with the person who started the petition. Nothing else to do with their own life! Absolutely ridiculous! SMH!

  15. Donna

    June 11, 2014 at 6:40 pm

    It is very disturbing to see that with all the world events that are taking place, that there are still some people that are so small minded to discuss the way a BABY wears it’s hair!sheesh get a life people..Jay z and Beyoncé have enough money to buy you one or two (a life)!!

  16. marcus davis

    June 11, 2014 at 6:58 pm

    First of all i had to do a double take when i read this.Are black peoples minds totally fucked up? Who in the hell does this person think she is in launching a petition moaning about the way Beyonce and Jay-Z have their babies hair? What the fuck business is it of hers? Maybe she should lay off watching Jerry Springer and Maury fucking up her head with shyte.At least the babies hair is natural afro and not processed with all those crap weaves and dyed blonde bullshit like some of these black woman parading about nowadays.If you,re going to launch a petition have a petition about something of worth like education or launch a petition for black folks to have pride in their heritage,and to be proud of who they are.

    • Jacqueline Johnson

      June 11, 2014 at 11:26 pm

      Salcy. I like the way you began your posst: “I don’t think it is my business.” ENOUGH SAID

    • Jacqueline Johnson

      June 11, 2014 at 11:27 pm

      Marcus Davis~~Minus the profanity for me….EXCELLEN POST

  17. seeinghawk

    June 11, 2014 at 7:03 pm

    All I have to say is, people need to mind their own business. Nobody is perfect, and that means NOBODY! They had Blue not you! It’s bad enough the government stays in everyone’s business now individual’s want to do the same thing.

  18. Tachelle

    June 11, 2014 at 7:18 pm

    comb your BLACK child’s hair – she looks a hot mess ! and you FUCKING know IT beyonce !

    • Jacqueline Johnson

      June 11, 2014 at 11:31 pm

      Tachelle: Why such mean post?

  19. Queen B

    June 11, 2014 at 7:43 pm

    When I firsy seen the pictures and read the article, my heart immediately went out to Blu Ivy. For her name to be blemished at such a young age. Bey, your child is in the spotlight as you are as well. You always attempt to look picture perfect, please give your child’s appearance the same respect. Your fans would love to see little B at her best! There are mothers out here that put our children first.l

  20. Ann G.

    June 11, 2014 at 8:12 pm

    This is somebody’s child, famous or not, as long as they keep it moisturized, there will not be a problem. Lets not go there with children. Just make sure you are taking care of your own and I don’t mean just the hair!

  21. keenah p

    June 11, 2014 at 8:49 pm

    Keep the innocent babies name out the negative light!! Hair can be here today and gone tomorrow, wake the fuck up people!

  22. Bucktooth

    June 11, 2014 at 9:25 pm


  23. Kim

    June 11, 2014 at 9:32 pm

    My children cried to when they were young but they still got It combed. A few cracks with a hair brush n they will get use to it. Did Bey’s mom have her hair looking like this when she was Blue’s age? If so maybe it’s a generational ritual. I don’t know n really don’t care but jus sayin!

  24. Ms. Dez

    June 11, 2014 at 9:56 pm

    If her mother is not walking around with her hair looking like that, then the baby shouldn’t be either.

  25. Andrea

    June 11, 2014 at 10:53 pm

    Only 12 supporters signed that petition, that speaks volume lmbo leave that beautiful baby alone her parents got more money then all of us put together, our words wont change a thing, well… at least that petition won’t lol

  26. Ruby D Taylor

    June 11, 2014 at 11:43 pm

    Comment to the opinionated: would you prefer to see it in sections with those ball things & barrettes of the color of a rainbow LOL. Then you’d still have comments….. get a life ppl

  27. kimberly

    June 11, 2014 at 11:55 pm

    I would never sign that petition but honestly I think the little kids hair is cool…they want to start a petition???? how about starting one on the children who are abused?????something meaningful!

  28. Marlene smith

    June 12, 2014 at 12:42 am

    I am not my hair.all you black folks complain when Angelina Jolie didn’t comb the little black girl Zara hair. Folks made a big thing about it.telling Angelina to go to carols daughter and buy hair products for Zara hair.you all said she didn’t know what to do with black hair . however I heard she reach out to Jada pinkish smith and boom everything change.So I don’t think people here mean any harm, she is a beautiful little girl, we just would like to see that nice thick hair looking good.

  29. lisa

    June 12, 2014 at 12:46 am

    It’s no one’s business correct…there is nothing wrong with natural correct…but it’s wrong to have all dat Damn money n not put the baby hair in one pony tail at least my daughter is natural n her hair stay done cuz I B dammed if I walk around with $10,000 weaves n my baby looking like a troll doll

  30. Anike

    June 12, 2014 at 1:15 am

    LOTS of AA’s allow their daughter’s hair to go uncombed!
    Many will have their daughter’s (or son’s) hair corn rowed or otherwise braided and then leave it in for weeks, if not months!!!
    The little girl or boy is fuzzy by the head due to all the new growth.

    The extensions have often fallen out, their own hair is often sticking out.
    Meanwhile, the child goes to school, is taken to weddings, church any and all events with FUZZY hair over their heads.

    No one says anything. No, no, it is a race to the bottom in culture and behavior.

    The petition should be circulated in da hood toward all of the hood rat mommas and grandmommas who allow their kids who appear in public looking unkempt.

    Blue Ivy will be okay.

    “Deandre” and “Sheeneesha” are being raised to believe a raggedy head is acceptable.

  31. Markeith Johnson

    June 12, 2014 at 3:02 am

    To Whom it may concern, don’t let my hair worry you. I will be fine…. But you on the other hand have more pressing issues you should be attending to like:
    1. Finding you baby’s father
    2. Staying outta debt
    3. Staying outta jail
    4. Having a successful business like my parents
    5. And finding a way to love yourself without a perm or weave.

    Take care of yourself
    Love always,

    Blue Ivy Carter

    P.S. This is a “natural crown” for a REAL PRINCESS…
    I was born with mine, where’s yours at?

  32. Sara

    June 12, 2014 at 4:03 am

    I wonder if this was Jay Z’s idea. I can’t picture a woman not styling her daughter’s hair at all when she has the money and access. Beyonce seems too image conscious and women view hair from a different perspective than men. But I don’t want to generalize, there are exceptions to everything. I’m not talking about straightening or perming. Nothing wrong with a fro, but folks tend to do a little something with them. Braids aren’t so bad and it’s a natural style. Maybe we’re seeing her after she’s been playing awhile or something. At least she grow up learning to love her own hair/texture. That said, yeah it’s not my business and a petition surely isn’t needed (pretty embarrassing), but I think she meant well.

  33. Bert C

    June 12, 2014 at 5:33 am

    It seems as though some Negroes has lost their minds, and sense of self. Little Blue Ivy’s hair is “Unique” in all of Creation. It appears that her parents has put it on display. I bet Caucasians are reading this articles and STH, and saying what do people really expect her hair to look like, surely not ours, or do they? It hurts little children to have their heads pecked and prodded all the time. RIGHT ON BEYONCE and J-Z.

  34. Lisa lyrics

    June 12, 2014 at 5:52 am

    AMAZING! This woman couldn’t start a petition to bring awareness to the financial, educational, employment, and other inequalities in this country…..NOPE….INSTEAD, let’s make loving, caring, financially stable parents “do something” about THEIR choice to “properly style” THEIR child’s hair! #NotEnoughToDo! #MindYoBizness!

  35. Diana Martin

    June 12, 2014 at 7:51 am

    It amazes me that with the state of the black community, family, our lack of jobs, being under educated, our children being labled and soooo much more that causes us to be at the bottom of society and black women (An I know it was them) this is what we decide to stand together and call important enough to do something about, a picture of a celebrity’s childs hair? Now I understand why we are the joke of the world.

  36. shirley

    June 12, 2014 at 9:39 am

    It’s so easy to point the finger at someone else & someone else’s child, let’s stop being so critical and take a look at ourselves and our own lives I’m sure there’s room for improvement in each and every one of our lives,from our hair to our feet.

  37. Daisy

    June 12, 2014 at 12:40 pm

    WHO CARES?????????

  38. Vern

    June 12, 2014 at 6:53 pm

    Blue Ivy’s hair is beautiful; however, women and children of Kemet’s decent hair needs modernize and a mild oil for their hair. I have notice that parents of color today don’t take care of their children natural hair well. When the hair is too dry on adults and children that we call black which describes a noun.It is unkempt. You so call black men and women stop the name calling. Share your knowledge with your race if you have the real truth. Peace!

  39. Xavier James

    June 12, 2014 at 8:31 pm

    When White folks give you NEGROES MONEY, You lose your DAMN MINDS! All you NEGROES TALK ABOUT IS HOW MUCH MONEY JAY-Z And Beyoncé HAVE. Like that makes them good parents. Well, Here are the Facts. Beyoncé spent her entire life trying to wear her hair like white women; anything but natural. But her child’s hair is not natural-it’s simply turning into clumps of human neglect. Beyonce’s confusion is clear. Negroes never follow their own traditions. Im sure Beyonces mother didn’t let her run around with unkept hair. They named the child Blue Ivy(white folks Sh**). Will and Jada Smith named their kid Willow and allow her to sleep in beds with older white males. Kanya West’s mother would not wanted him to marry whores. But because white supremacists made them rich, they forget how they were raised and get people like you to admire their stupidity.

  40. gunzNrosez

    June 14, 2014 at 4:38 pm

    lol maybe they are to busy

  41. Poetee

    June 16, 2014 at 7:41 am

    Start a petition to have kids when your are married to a decent man and both of you can support them instead of you supporting the Asian” man who comes in your neighborhood and sets up nail,shops, hair shops, donut shops and rice shops who you patronize to so he can send his children to college while you prepare your for ignorance and jail. The more we concentrate in self hatred topics such as this, the more others think we hate ourselves and then when we are confronted we deny it.
    “Excuse Me, I Am A Beauty” (Prelude to Bowl of Fruit)

    Even the sun caresses my beautiful shield as a duet of love
    Clothed in the skin I am in is perfection in a glove
    When God made me, He must have considered the rainbow
    My nostrils are receptive to fresh air and in nature I really glow

    My outward appearance- God created so that things in nature I could withstand
    Perhaps, my shield was what He envisioned when He said “Let us make man”
    I do not understand how this thing came to be twisted around
    My beauty was once considered top level, now it is pushed nearly to the ground

    As he spoke in anger, I listened to a black man tell me what consisted in his idea of beauty
    It was not love in the eyes, a regal smile, soft full lips, vivacious hips or a well stacked booty
    Long hair, big breast, light skin and half his age were ideas that were a priority
    Repulsed, I cut off my hair in order to him to become even more of a minority

    Dark, light, brown, tan, yellow, red, and blue-black- ever heard these descriptions before?
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    Lynch Letter depictions continue still; although slightly hidden on the most wanted list
    Shameful- when we really think of how some of us as a people have this view that still seems to exist?

    A good foundation from the home is needed to build the confidence in every child
    When the outside world does not accept their beauty, the insult to them will be mild
    My parents never differentiated between our skin colors, hair textures or lengths
    We were always directed to God for acceptance and that is where we got our strengths

    When I am put down by someone who has no idea of what real beauty consists of
    I pity them, concentrate on my character, and stay focused on things from above
    A variety of the rainbow of fruits is available to those to pick what they choose
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    No matter who you are, appreciate the beauty God has given you inside and out
    I never thought I would be with someone and yet be alone as if I were in a drought
    If someone is not your taste of fruit, do not take them home
    It is best to leave them at market for someone else instead of all alone

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    Yea, I may not be your taste of fruit this day, but excuse me I am still a beauty!
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  42. Ronni

    June 16, 2014 at 3:30 pm

    This is so hilarious. Natural hair is beautiful. But in all honesty, the baby’s hair looks a hot mess, I’m just sayin’… It truly is a waste of time for folks to get a PETITION for this girl’s hair. If we want to petition anything, let’s petition the fact that our kids are killing each other; fighting in schools has gotten worse; teen pregnancy amongst our people is still ridiculously high, and it’s 2014! Poverty is at an all time high for us…, etc. But a petition needs to go out for Blu Ivy’s hair?! The child has enough to deal with just with her name alone…..

  43. jamie swain

    June 23, 2014 at 9:40 pm

    Comb that babies hair! If she wants to walk around nappy head let her make that choice as an adult, but as a child you the parent are responsible for her up keep

  44. Nee

    July 1, 2014 at 6:04 pm

    First to all what’s wrong with using the ole fashion method. Wash, condition, grease, comb, brush? Simple and it works.

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