Jay-Z and Blue Ivy cheer on Rihanna at Super Bowl
Rihanna highlighted the evening with her halftime performance, and everyone in the music industry and their kids came to see her big comeback show.
Beyoncé must be proud, as her husband Jay-Z and their daughter Blue Ivy head out on a father-daughter day to watch Super Bowl LVII and cheer on pop star Rihanna.
Jay-Z and Blue Ivy on Game Day
Sunday’s game saw the Kansas City Chiefs line up against the Philadelphia Eagles at State Farm Stadium in Arizona, with the chiefs ringing in the victory. However, many were there for the highly anticipated halftime show, where Rihanna did her first live show in seven years in front of a packed stadium and almost 100 million home viewers.
Joining the festivities of Super Bowl 57 were Jay-Z and 11-year-old Blue Ivy, who ran into the Eagles’ end zone and jumped for a photo.
Father and daughter wore similar outfits as the two kicked it on the field before the big game, hoodies, sunglasses, and backwards ball caps. Jay-Z is photographed with his arm slung across his daughter’s shoulders.
The 53-year-old rapper has two other children with Beyoncé, Rumi and Sir, who are five-year-old twins.
Blue Ivy on the rise
Blue Ivy is already a Grammy Award winner, having recorded the track “Brown Skin Girl” with Beyoncé in 2021.
At Beyoncé's private concert in Dubai in January, the star called her daughter to come to the stage where the two sang their award winning song.
“My beautiful children are here to see their mom perform,” Beyoncé announced proudly before calling Blue Ivy up to the stage.
“Where are all my brown skin girls? Give it up for my baby, my brown skin girl, Miss Blue Ivy Carter,” Beyoncé said.
The audience responded with thunderous applause as Blue Ivy joined her mother on stage.
At the end of the track, Blue Ivy hugged her mother and blew kisses to the cameras.