Beyonce's Lullaby Baby

Beyonce's father Mathew Knowles says he will buy baby Blue Ivy anything she wants -- and he has a special lullaby that the new mom may find familiar.

Mathew KnowlesIt is definitely a grandparents' job to spoil their grandbabies rotten, but it is possible that Mathew Knowles might take it a bit too far. Beyonce's dad said that baby Blue Ivy can be anything she wants -- because he is fully prepared to buy her way in.

"If Blue Ivy wants to be a doctor when she grows up, then they would figure how to buy a hospital," Knowles stated on British TV talk show Lorraine.

"If she wants to be a basketball player I already own a WNBA team so she can play there. And if she wants to be a singer then she would be very happy."

Knowles is part owner of the Chicago Sky WNBA team.

One thing is certain about Blue Ivy's future: Music will be a huge part of it. In addition to her parents Jay-Z and Beyonce being huge stars, Beyonce's father -- who started the mega-watt singer on the road to stardom -- makes sure he sings the same lullaby to the baby as he did to Beyonce and her sister. Hey, it worked for them, right?

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"Two days ago I was in New York and Beyonce and Blue Ivy came over, and I saw her three weeks ago and she's almost double the size," he said. "These kids grow so fast."

"I was singing a song that I used to sing to Beyonce and Solange, and I sang that song to Blue Ivy and it almost brought tears to my eyes because I remember singing it to them when they were babies."

Sounds like Beyonce and her dad are back on speaking terms after her mom left him for fathering a child with another woman and Beyonce fired him from her management team.

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Comments on "Blue Ivy is being totally spoiled by Beyonce's dad"

Pia Razon January 11, 2013 | 8:48 PM

Uhm, but he's never seen his own son? How do you move Heaven and Earth for your daughter's child, but won't even spend 5 minutes with your own? Sounds like messed up priorities to me. Kids grow up so quick is right, and they don't care about you buying their way through life. That doesn't make them feel loved or give them a sense of worth and accomplishment. Loving them daily - being there for them is what matters. Once you do that, you don't need to buy their way through anything.

sassy510 September 04, 2012 | 11:01 PM

I'll buy her anything she wants.... WTF her parents are rich so what can you buy her she won't already have... how about buy yourself a life!!!!

bren March 15, 2012 | 6:28 PM

Wait til Beyonce has a boy.

Xavier Stiles March 14, 2012 | 9:59 AM

And if she wants to be a dictator, we'll figure out a way to buy that.

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