Monday, July 6, 2015

Blue Ivy turned 2, so Jay Z and Beyoncé closed down an entire zoo

Suri Cruise has her own fashion blog, that Beckham kid gets all the best hairstyles, and Will Smith's son gets to act AND rap because the world is just a better place when you're a celebukid. The most recent example of such lavish luck comes from Florida, where a one Jay Z and his wife, Beyoncé, rented out an entire place called Jungle Island; a wildlife park and botanical garden.

Blue Ivy turned 2, so Jay Z and Beyoncé closed down an entire zoo

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Suri Cruise has her own fashion blog, that Beckham kid gets all the best hairstyles, and Will Smith's son gets to act AND rap because the world is just a better place when you're a celebukid. The most recent example of such lavish luck comes from Florida, where a one Jay Z and his wife, Beyoncé, closed down a zoo. They rented out all of Jungle Island, a wildlife park in Miami.

Blue Ivy spent the day Tuesday with lemurs, orangutans, kangaroos and penguins at Jungle Island -- a wildlife park and botanical garden in Miami.

Park officials are keeping the cost under wraps ... but it's gotta be pricey to close the entire park.  Put it this way ... a VIP safari tour for just one person costs $240.

Last year, Jay and Bey reportedly dropped $200,000 on Blue Ivy's first birthday bash. Yeah, well, when my brother turned three, one of our neighbors dressed up in a full-on Barney suit. So, eat that, Blue Ivy. [TMZ]

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