Not to be outdone, Harper Bazaar's web editor Violet Lucca chimed in, "They haven't already?". I can't allow myself to feel too sorry for the incredibly rich, ' but deleted the message.
The exchange erupted into a social media firestorm. Genuine or not, he maintained his portrayed sincerity in a tweet replying to another user which said, "No, you're right".
Not only was it a big year for the Grammy-winning artist, but it was also a career-marking one for Blue Ivy, who scored her first Hot 100 song when "Brown Skin Girl" entered the charts after its release in July.
"I'm sorry about the Blue Ivy tweet - bad joke, and black girls in particular deserve better", said Collins, which was a rather underwhelming attempt at assuming accountability.
Even though Jay-Z and Beyoncé largely keep their three children out of the spotlight, they sometimes give us a peek into their family life-and we always feel blessed when they do. Maybe have a talk with your pal there, ' one person noted. "I realize that when I make fun of another celeb kid-say, Baron Trump-it's totally different than when I say something about Blue Ivy", she tweeted.
She added in a follow-up tweet, "I'm not playing the victim...sorry that I insulted Beyoncé's daughter by suggesting that she might get plastic surgery some day, like many children of famous people do". You're gonna go far no matter what'.
Do you agree with those who think that K Austin Collins and Violet Lucca should be fired?