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Torrie's Take


Happy Thursday Friends,

                    Everyday we are being bombarded with more and more details about Blue's extravagant life. Now TMZ has obtained the pics of the suite where Bey gave birth to her daughter, Blue Ivy. The suite is laid out like the Ritz Carlton. The hospital says the suite was created for any VIP guests in the future although they wanted Beyonce and Jay-Z to be it's first patients. Yesterday on Good Day we talked about Blue's $20,000 crib and her reportedly 2,200 sq ft nursery.   What's the big deal?


Here's my take:
                       Frankly, I could care less! If they want to spend unnecessary money on their new kid...let them. It's not costing the taxpayers any money, most of us will still be out here trying to make it everyday. We all know that Bey and Jay are OVER THE TOP with everything! Now if the hospital turned away parents from being with their own children---that's ridiculous. Blue Ivy is no more important that any other baby. People should not have been treated like second class citizens. This is just another example of the "haves" and "have nots." Now what would be cool of the hospital, is to give less fortunate families an opportunity to stay in the suite sometimes. It's all about giving back. It's great to have money and extravagant things, but the real sin is never sharing it and helping out the less fortunate. So Congrats and Blessings to the Carters on their new bundle of joy. However, I'm over hearing about the obscene things they are buying Blue, so please people stop talking about it. Let's see a picture of the kid and move on to the next celeb Khloe not really being a real "Kardashian"...which I totally believe is true, by the way :)

Have a great weekend!   


Xoxo :)

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