Beyoncé embarrasses Blue Ivy with Snoop Dogg joke

Singer shared gag as part of the virtual Where Art Can Occur celebration at the weekend

Beyonce embarrasses Blue Ivy with Snoop Dogg joke

Beyoncé has shown that even she can be an embarrassing mother sometimes, as she made a Snoop Dogg joke that made her daughter Blue Ivy cringe.

The star made the gag when she participated in a jokes segment during the virtual Where Art Can Occur celebration on Saturday (19 September). Her mother Tina Knowles-Lawson and daughter were not impressed.

“Why does Snoop Dogg need an umbrella?” Beyoncé, make-up free and in a black hoodie, asks with a deep voice.

“No, no, that voice,” interjects Blue Ivy, who tries to cover Beyoncé’s mouth. “No. Mom, the voice, no. NO! NO!”

“Fo' drizzle,” smiles Beyoncé, playing on the rapper's catchphrase ("Fo' shizzle, my nizzle”).

A voice note from Beyoncé’s mother then appears on the screen, with Knowles-Lawson encouraging her daughter to “put on some makeup and get in some good light and stuff” and try the joke again.

Beyoncé recently celebrated her 39th birthday by pledging $1m (£780,000) to black-owned small businesses that have been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.

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