Blue Ivy Carter (Beyonce’s baby) was born on Saturday

Singer Beyonce Knowles gave birth to a baby girl on Saturday, Jan. 7. This is the first child for the 30-year-old singer and her rapper husband Jay-Z.
Initial reports said Hollywood’s first power baby of 2012 had been named Ivy Blue Carter. Jay-Z was born Shawn Carter.
Even as fans around the world began a debate on the choice of name and #namesbetterthanivyblue began to trend on Twitter, a new name added to the discussion.
The couple’s close friend, actor Gwyneth Paltrow, posted on Twitter – “Welcome to the world Blue! We love you already.”
The baby’s name has now been confirmed as Blue Ivy Carter.
If you are wondering what Beyonce baby looks likes, this should give an indication. “The most beautiful girl in the world” – Beyonce’s sister, Solange Knowles, tweeted yesterday.
“Welcome to the world princess Carter!” posted pop star Rihanna on Twitter Saturday night. “Love Aunty Rih.”
‘The Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)’ singer concealed her pregnancy for months before revealing her baby bump at the MTV Music Awards in August last year.

Blue Ivy Carter (Beyonce's baby) was born on Saturday

Saturday, one of the world’s most eagerly anticipated celebrity babies arrived at last! After a round of fake rumors claimed she had already given birth, Beyonce finally welcomed daughter Blue Ivy Carter with husband Jay-Z (aka Shawn Carter) on Saturday – according to multiple reports.
And this time, we believe the news — considering powerful pals such as Rihanna, Gwyneth Paltrow and Russell Simmons tweeted their congrats.
The ‘Countdown’ singer is said by the New York Daily News to have rented an entire floor of an NYC hospital — for 1.3 million dollars — and checked in under the name Ingrid Jackson. She reportedly delivered via C-section.
So why the baby name? According to “GMA,” Ivy is a play on IV, the Roman numeral for four — which has long been significant to the superstar spouses. The couple married Apr. 4, 2008, and both have birthdays on the fourth of the month. Beyonce even named an album ’4.’
Interestingly, in numerology, one’s life path number is determined by adding up the month, day, and year of birth, then adding up the digits of that number. In Blue Ivy’s case, 1 + 7 + 2012 = 2020, and surely we don’t have to tell you that 2 + 2 = 4. So … could Beyonce and Jay possibly have scheduled this due date intentionally, to make four guide their daughter’s destiny? Hmm…

Ever since Beyonce Knowles revealed her baby bump at the MTV Video Music Awards on August 28, people have been clamoring for her to give birth to her first child with Shawn Carter, otherwise known as rapper Jay-Z. Well, Beyonce gave birth last night, and the Internet is blowing up in idiocy.
The baby girl (Blue Ivy Carter) was born Saturday in New York City. While the name itself is another in a long line of ridiculous baby names celebrities are scarring their children’s lives with, that’s not even the biggest issue here. That would be the reaction to her name on Twitter.
People have long been asserting that Jay-Z is a member of the Illuminati, a secret society originally founded by members of the Roman Catholic Church who supported ideas based in science that has no realistic purpose anymore. Still, all evidence “supporting” the claim that Jay-Z is in the Illuminati is completely anecdotal and a total reach, from searching for “hidden” patterns in the cover art on his “Watch the Throne” album to his trademark, triangle-shaped Roc Nation hand gesture.
In a “Delta Sky Magazine” interview in May, Jay-Z addressed the Illuminati rumors.
“It may sound a little arrogant, but I just think people can’t handle when somebody else is successful” – he said. “Something has gotta be wrong; you gotta be down with some higher power. And I guess when someone else is successful, it makes you feel like maybe you’re a failure. So it can’t be you, it has to be some other force.”
That aside, people took to Twitter late Saturday connecting a perceived tie with Jay-Z to the Illuminati to the birth of his daughter.
One popular myth spreading was that when you spell Ivy Blue backwards (which is the first problem, since her name is Blue Ivy), you get the Latin name of Lucifer’s daughter, Eulb Yvi.
During my four years of Latin in high school, I learned that can’t possibly be the correct translation. The English “Lucifer” comes from a combination of two Latin base words, “lucem ferre,” which roughly translates to “bringer of light.” “Daughter,” in Latin, is “filia.”
Thus, as you can tell, “Elub Yvi” is by no means any derivation of a Latin phrase. In fact, “elub” isn’t even a Latin word, and “yvi” means to “go,” only if you account that the “y” had, at some point in history, replaced the first “i” in the word.
So, there’s one rumor debunked.
People are also tweeting that Blue is an acronym for “Born Living Under Evil.” There have been several versions of what Ivy stands for, ranging from “Illuminati’s Very Youngest” and “Illuminati’s Victorious Youth.”

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