Jay-Z and Beyoncé’s Daughter Blue Ivy Found The Cure For Coronavirus [VIDEO]
Blue Ivy Carter is the daughter of the celebrity power couple Jay-Z and Beyoncé’s and she took to social media with a message that’s going viral. The 8-Year-Old celebrity in her own right posted a DIY experiment that demonestrates the importance of washing your hands as protection for COVID-19. Watch the video below:
Blue Ivy Carter’s Coronavirus Video
“Since we’re stuck at home, I have this little DIY experiment that you can do at home too” Blue Ivy starts off the video. “This isw hy it’s important to wash your hands…”
Beyoncé’s kitchen countertop serves as her little lab and a plate of water mixed with ground black pepper serves as the virus. She goes on to show how a mixture of different types of soap effects the content in her plate when they come in contact.
How To Do The DIY Water and Pepper Trick
You can do this easy DIY science experiment yourself by following these steps:
- What you need: A white plate, water, ground black pepper and soap or any washing liquid.
- Place the water and the black pepper in the white plate.
- Place soap on the tip of your finger and dip it into the center of the plate.
- Watch the black pepper scatter as you as the water breaks down the tension using soap.
Now you know why it is so important to wash your hands so that you don’t transmit the coronavirus to yourself and others.
Here Are Some Easy Science Experiments For Kids
While we are on the subject of being stuck at home and DIY science, you may want to try some more fun tricks that the kids (and adults!) will love. In this video below by Mr. Duck you can find many amazing DIY science tricks that use simple household items with unbeleivable results.
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About Blue Ivy Carter
Just in case you are not familiar with Blue Ivy Carter, here are some facts about her. She was born on January 7, 2012 to her mom Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter at Lenox Hill Hospital, in Manhattan. Her father Jay-Z released a song a couple of days later called “Glory” in which he recalls their pregnancy struggles, including a miscarriage Beyoncé suffered before her pregnancy with Blue Ivy. At the end of the song you can hear blue Ivy’s cry with makes it her official music debut. Blue Ivy made history at only 2 days old, as she became the youngest person ever to make the Billboard charts. At the age of seven, Blue Ivy Carter won the Ashford & Simpson Songwriter’s Award at Sunday’s Soul Train Awards for co-writing her Beyance’s hit song “Brown Skin Girl,” on which she is featured.