There’s actually a petition about Beyonce and Jay Z neglecting Blue Ivy’s hair

Wow. People really are *the worst*

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by Olivia Cooke |
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Now we know we’re not in the best position to judge – all we do is write about celebs all day – but some people really do have TOO MUCH TIME ON THEIR HANDS.

In this instance we’re thinking specifically of the person who created a petition on Change.org urging Beyonce and Jay Z to take better care of their daughter Blue Ivy’s hair.

Totally and utterly bonkers, right?

The appeal – called Comb Her Hair – was started by New Yorker Jasmine Tolliver and the description of the petition reads:

“As a woman who understands the importance of hair care. It's disturbing to watch a child suffering from the lack of hair moisture.

“The parents of Blue Ivy Sean Carter A.K.A JayZ and Beyoncé has failed at numerous attempts of doing Blue Ivy Hair. This matter has escalated to the child developing matted dreads and lint balls.

“Please let's get the word out to properly care for Blue Ivy hair.”

See what we mean about some people just having too much time on their hands?

 

So far, 3,397 people who also need to get a life have signed the petition, but not everyone has reacted positively to it. One user commented on Change.org, “This is the dumbest thing I have seen in my life.”

While another user said, “Maybe we need to petition for a life for Jasmine Toliver?”

However, Jasmine insists the whole thing is just a bit of harmless fun reports E! Online, “If I would've said ‘sign a petition to save LeBron James hairline' that would've took off too!

“It's a clever joke! Nobody came up with before. These blogs and websites are doing the most. My hair looks like Blue Ivy right now except its moisturised and detangled.

“People make nothing out of something. I love being black! I'm proud my bloodline runs from Africa. I'm proud of my own tightly coiled kinks. I'm proud of my big lips and brown skin. People just need to breathe and chill out.”

People also need to not make petitions about the hair of a two-year-old if you ask us.

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