Beyoncé Wasn’t Always the QUEEN BEY …Mom Says

Beyoncé may have risen to the top of the Beyhive, but her peers did not always view her as a queen, according to her mother, who claims the pop singer was bullied growing up.

Tina Knowles spoke with Vogue about her three daughters, Bey, Solange, and Kelly Rowland, as they grew up, including the horrific bullying her oldest daughter faced.

Beyoncé Wasn't Always the Queen Bey ...Mom Says
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Listen to Mama Knowles tell it… despite her onstage demeanor, Tina believes Beyoncé was pretty shy back then — and, regrettably, that shyness led to some run-ins with bullies.

TK claims her daughter handled business when it came time to do so, stating Beyoncé stood up to bullies who went after one of her friends — and they didn’t touch her again after that.

As for Solange and Kelly, Tina remembers them as activists and peacemakers, respectively, and the nostalgic look on her face shows she has happy memories of their early days.

Beyoncé talked up about the bullying years ago, in a 2003 interview with Oprah, where she says other kids laughed at how huge her ears were… she’s laughing in the video, so it’s obvious she’d come to terms with it.

Although it was released two months ago, Beyoncé’s “Cowboy Carter” remains in the top ten of the Billboard 200 charts, and it smashed Spotify records shortly after its release.

And, after her “Renaissance” tour last year, which practically benefited the American economy, petty grudges aren’t on her radar anymore.

Well, the bullies had better pray their names don’t get out in the open because the Beyhive are not as forgiving as their Queen.


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