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Tina Knowles Defends Beyonce’s “Renaissance” Premiere Appearance



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Tina Knowles, mother of the iconic Beyonce, has stepped forward to counter unwarranted criticism aimed at her daughter following the premiere of the Renaissance concert film. Beyonce attended the event adorned in a stunning full silver ensemble, complete with platinum hair. Unfortunately, the distinctive choice sparked a wave of backlash on social media, with some users baselessly accusing her of attempting to “be white.” Knowles, however, dismissed this narrative as “stupid” and fueled by “hate and jealousy.”

Taking to Instagram to address the issue, Knowles expressed her frustration at the ignorant and racist remarks circulating online. She highlighted the theme of the film, aptly titled “Renaissance,” which centered around silver aesthetics, including silver hair, attire, and even a silver carpet. Knowles questioned the logic behind the accusations, stating, “You bozos decide that she’s trying to be a white woman and is bleaching her skin?”

In her social media post, Knowles also criticized TMZ for reaching out to Beyonce’s hair stylist for comments on the story. She vehemently defended her daughter, exclaiming, “I am sick and tired of people attacking her,” and emphasized that Beyonce’s endeavors are a testament to her hard work, talent, and resilience.

Knowles didn’t mince words, addressing the issues of jealousy, racism, sexism, and double standards perpetuated by the critics. She urged detractors to refrain from undermining Beyonce’s achievements, stating, “Instead of celebrating a sister or just ignoring if you don’t like her. I am sick of you losers.” Knowles also praised Beyonce for her philanthropy, stating, “This girl minds her own business. She helps people whenever she can. She lifts up & promotes black women and underdogs at all times.”

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As Beyonce’s film, “Renaissance: A Film by Beyonce,” is scheduled to hit theaters on Friday, December 1, 2023, fans eagerly await the release while Knowles stands firm in her defense of her daughter against unfounded criticisms. Stay tuned for further updates on Beyonce’s impactful work and contributions.

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