During her speech, Beyoncé admitted that she feels unusual receiving an award for her humanitarian work and that she often tries to keep the things she does to herself.
According to Vanity Fair, the six-year-old Blue became an art collector that night.
"Let me tell you, her mother and father have been talking about how you gather art", the auctioneer added.
Another person tweeted, "Blue Ivy bidding on $19,000 dollars worth of art". Unfortunately for Blue Ivy (and fortunately for her parents), Tyler Perry won the painting by pledging $20,000. "I'm gonna teach you a lesson today", he jokes. Knowles-Lawson and her husband Richard Lawson, are the co-directors of the event, which benefits the WACO Theater Center in Los Angeles. "You know Miss Tina told me all of this".
Beyoncé also went home with a pair of Lorraine Schwartz panther earrings that she once wore to an event thanks to her $17,000 winning bid.
Move over, aft world connoisseurs: Blue Ivy is coming for you!
She may only be 6 years old but Blue Ivy is a boss in the bidding room. In her speech, she said, "I feel very overwhelmed and I feel really full and really blessed and fortunate". And she's like, 'I like that!' " Jones says to more audience laughter. Beyonce also received a heartwarming pre-recorded video message from Michelle Obama who saluted her for being an inspiration to young women.