AceShowbiz - Beyonce Knowles' mom Tina Knowles made use of her Instagram account to showcase endless support for the pop star. In a post on Monday, August 8, Tina praised the "Lemonade" hitmaker following the release of her latest album "Renaissance" despite controversies that surround it.
Alongside a beautiful video and pictures of Bey and her husband Jay-Z, Tina wrote in the caption, "I've watched for over two years all of the constant hard work , the sacrifice sometimes of time with her family , the all night sessions , working while sick , weekends and then nurturing three kids , time away from a very supportive husband , the Blood sweat and tears , I say that to say Beyonce works harder than any human being I know." The 68-year-old continued saying that Bey "deserves and earns everything she gets!"
"Absolutely nothing is handed to her. She minds her own business and does not speak badly of anyone, never puts anyone down , Is always loyal and kind," the fashion designer/philanthropist went on to say. "Takes care of her bussiness don't mess with nobody . So I am proud of you!!!! Kudos Baby girl enjoy your rewards you have earned it and then some! #rogerfriedman journalist."
Fans echoed the sentiment in the comments section. "I know that's right!!!!!!!" singer Holly Robinson Peete said. Author Elaine Welteroth added, "We love an inspiring queen!!!!"
A fan, meanwhile, was more focused on one particular part in Tina's message. "Best part of this caption is 'she minds her own business and never puts anyone down,' " the person wrote. Another fan said, "We the beehive are so proud of our queen!"
Tina's post arrived after Beyonce released her much-anticipated album "Renaissance" on July 29. While fans are loving the new set, the album sparked controversies as Kelis called out both Beyonce and Pharrell Williams for sampling her song "Milkshake" on Beyonce's track "Energy" without reaching out to her. Beyonce eventually removed "Milkshake" from the song.
Diane Warren also appeared to shade Beyonce for having 24 writers in one song, though she denied the accusations. "Ok, I meant no disrespect to @Beyonce, who I've worked with and admire. I'm sorry for the misunderstanding," she wrote on Twitter. Beyonce was also criticized for using offensive term for disabled people in the lyrics of her new album "Renaissance", prompting Bey to remove the controversial part from the song "Heated".