Battle of the babies: Blue Ivy vs North West in six memes

It's Blue Ivy versus North West. Who will claim the crown?

It's Blue Ivy versus North West. Who will claim the crown?

I'll probably be the first person to admit that I could not care less about baby North West. And no, it's not because I hate kids – I just think the first baby of hip-hop should belong to Jay Z and Beyonce. Kim who?

And yes, Blue Ivy is a weird enough name.
But North West? Really? While some of us are still reeling from its announcement, it was explained that the name was supposed to be in reference to the brightest star, commonly confused with the Northern Star. But even if it was the most vivid, the baby would then be almost the brightest star, falling a little left. Thanks mom and dad.

Nevertheless, Kanye West revealed a much-anticipated picture of his child on his mother-in-law's talk show last week.

So, to celebrate the revelation and remind you who still runs the world, I bring you Blue Ivy versus North West, in Destiny's Child songs.

1. Say My Name

2. Survivor

3. No, no, no

4. Say my name (This is the remix)



5. Bootylicious



6. Emotions


 

Haji Mohamed Dawjee

Haji Mohamed Dawjee

Haji Mohamed Dawjee became Africa’s first social media editor in a newsroom at the Mail & Guardian, where she went on to work as deputy digital editor and a disruptor of the peace through a weekly column. A stint as the program manager for Impact Africa – a grant-disbursing fund for African digital journalists – followed. She now pursues her own writing full time by enraging readers of EWN and Women 24 with weekly and bi-monthly columns respectively. She also contributes to the Sunday Times and a range of other publications. Mohamed Dawjee's inaugural book of essays: Sorry, not sorry: Experiences of a brown woman in a white South Africa, is due for release by Penguin Random House in April 2018.Follow her on Twitter: @sage_of_absurd Read more from Haji Mohamed Dawjee

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