Jay-Z Decides to Sell Blue Ivy's Childhood Home
Forbes reports that Jay-Z must sell his share of the Barclays Center because of his burgeoning sports agency, Roc Nation Sports. The sale will net the Carter family $1.5 million, but you can't put a price on memories. Gone is the post nailed to the wall where Beyoncé painstakingly tracked Blue's growth. Gone, the friendly concession worker who slipped her extra puréed peaches. Blue will never spend another New Year's Eve perched atop the Barclays Center scaffolding, watching Aunt Gwyneth gyrate on stage after Mommy and Daddy thought she was asleep.
Now she'll be forced to live like a peon atop the Bloomberg Tower where her parents own a measly apartment. She'll have to sit at lunch with all the other poor kids growing up in New York City landmarks, like that tramp Eloise.
Good luck to you, Blue Ivy.