BEYONCE and Jay-Z’s daughter Blue Ivy taught her grandma Tina how to wash her hands in a rare Instagram post.
The eight-year-old filmed a neat trick to help people understand how important it is to keep their hands clean during the current pandemic.
Tina Knowles-Lawson decided to share the footage with her 2.4million followers on Instagram and the simple video starts with a birdseye view of a bowl of pepper, some hand soap and Blue-Ivy's hands.
She follows with a step-by-step guide on how to do the trick at home — and makes it very clear that she's doing it because she wants others to understand that it could save lives.
The 66-year-old captioned the post: "Blue’s PSA my brilliant granddaughter Blue did this experiment to show how washing your hands fights the virus."
Blue-Ivy introduced the video by saying: "Hey y'all and since we're stuck at home I have this little DIY experiment that you can do at home to. This is why it's important to wash your hands…"
She then put her finger in a small bowl full of hand wash and said: "So I have a mixture of a lot of different types of soap inside of this and this is the coronavirus or any virus, its actually just pepper.
"So you're going to want to stick your finger inside the mixture of soaps, make sure you get a lot on there," she added.
The eight-year-old then went to put her finger into the bowl of pepper and the substance magically moved away – symbolizing that if you wash your hands thoroughly and enough during the day, you can protect yourself and others from the deadly bug.
She continued: "This is why it's very important to wash your hands because if you wash your hands they will stay clean but if you keep your hands dirty you might get sick.
"So peace out I hope you guys are staying safe, wash your hands extra and please stay at home. Love y'all, bye."
However, not all of Tina's videos during the pandemic have been a hit with her followers.
Last month she got into a spot of trouble when she tried to lighten her follower's spirits by sharing a one-liner during her regular "Thursday Corny Joke Time."
"It’s Thursday morning. Pretty chill," Tina started the video.
"So, did you hear about the corduroy pillows?" she went on starting with the joke.
"Yeah, they’re making headlines," she said, laughing. "Headlines in your head when you lay on, you know."
Despite the good intentions, some of her followers were less than impressed with her attempt at trying to make people laugh and told her that she shouldn't make jokes during such a crisis.
"Girl, take them bangs and disappear with your daughter and grandchildren for a little while. We don’t need this right now," one Instagram user wrote.
Tina quickly responded to the troll: "Try to conjure up a little respect."
She continued: "And secondly, if you don’t need it then get off my page and go where you like what you see. With love."
But others were thankful for her trying to cheer them up as one wrote: "Hey Aunty.. love your jokes and content. Don’t be bothered by the silly few that are always negative."
A second added: "auntie I don’t like her coming for you like that! You don’t bother nobody. Sick of these disrespectful folks."
A third wrote: "love your jokes and posts. Tell her."
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