Beyoncé’s Mom Corrects Her Grammys Acceptance Speech

Legendary singer Beyoncé‘s mom has some words to say. Her day one and biggest supporter – mom Tina Knowles – went to social media to speak on her daughter’s recent Grammys speech and clean it up.

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Beyoncé’s Mom Corrects Her Grammys Speech

Bey’s mom went to Instagram with a message of love for her daughter. She let Beyoncé‘s hard work ethic be known and gave nothing but praise for her and all the success she’s seen.

“She said since “since she was nine years old” Well I remember 7 years old! So much, Blood ,sweat and tears, intense training , vocal lessons , dance lessons, running and singing with your dad, every morning , missed parties and proms , hardly any playing outside. Well deserved baby !! Thanks to the Grammy’s for showing that short clip of just a few of your many groundbreaking , game changing , career moves , it was amazing . It only touched the surface of all of the groundbreaking rule changing ways , you have , set the standards, your fearless unapologetic statements in your music and performances and filmmaking, have knocked down doors for others to be fearless and unapologetic as well, you continuously raised the bar and made your own rules , an example for so many artist . You are always happy for all of the other talented artist!! You also respect and honor artist that came before you and opened doors for you !!!!You are truly a gracious Class act!!! I am so Proud not of just the 28 Grammys but for the incredible human being you have managed to stay ❤️❤️”

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Beyoncé’s mom correct her daughter’s speech and shows mad love.

Beyoncé Shares Boo’d Up Pics

The Grammy-winning singer is still geeking out over her unforgettable awards show night. This week, the iconic crooner hit up social media to share a batch of pics from this past Sunday’s epic evening. Queen Bey hit up Instagram with the slew of shots. Some of the pics featured her husband/rap mogul JAY-Z wearing a face mask along with a priceless moment alongside fellow Houston native Megan Thee Stallion.

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Beyoncé shares boo’d up pics.

JAY and Bey’s daughter Blue Ivy became the second-youngest winner of a Grammy Award ever at this year’s show. Her superstar mother couldn’t hold back the emotions during the acceptance ceremony and let it be known how proud she was, touching upon her own journey as a musician and dishing out a sincere congratulation message. Blue Ivy won the Grammy for Best Music Video for her contribution to “Brown Skin Girl”, by none other than Bey herself, which has also netted her the BET Her Award as well as an NAACP Image Award.

Beyoncé is the proudest mom + shows Blue Ivy a lot of Grammys love.

Her Historical Night At The 63rd Grammys

Beyoncé had a very, very historic night. She took home four of her nine nominations, putting her at twenty-eight total Grammys – the most for a female artist of all time. In addition to her win for “Black Parade”, she took home Best Music Video for “Brown Skin Girl”. Bey also won Best Rap Performance and Best Rap Song for “Savage”, with Megan Thee Stallion.

Beyoncé Shows Her Support To Meghan Markle

The very, VERY decorated singer is showing huge support for British royal family member Meghan Markle. Queen Bey recently went online with lots of praise for the married mother after her tell-all interview with TV icon Oprah Winfrey. Bey went online to support Meghan Markle and offer praise for her “courage & leadership”. Markle spoke with Prince Harry about instances of racism she endured in the royal family and revealed a slew of issues they went through over the last few years. The Buckingham Palace has released a statement about the matter as well.

“Thank you Meghan for your courage and leadership. We are all strengthened and inspired by you.”

During the must-watch interview, Markle spoke on possible racism existing with the Royal Family.