Looks Like Beyonce's Mom Tina Knowles Responded to Tomi Lahren's Kaepernick Criticism

Twitter’s least favorite Becky, Tomi Lahren, went after Beyoncé on Twitter yesterday for supporting Colin Kaepernick, and Bey’s mom, as well as the Beyhive, is NOT having any of it.

At the Sports Illustrated Sportsperson of the Year Show taping on Tuesday, Beyoncé presented Kaepernick with the SI Muhammad Ali Legacy Award for protesting police brutality with his decision to kneel during the national anthem. In her speech, Bey thanked Kaepernick for fighting the good fight against racial injustice. Quite predictably, Lahren didn’t take too kindly to that, and sounded off about “police-hating” Beyoncé on Twitter.

But now, it looks like Mama Knowles is stepping in.

Tina Knowles clapped back by posting a photo from the awards show on Instagram with a lengthy caption, lauding Kaepernick and defending her daughter’s speech.

“It’s very interesting that in Beyoncé speech She makes it crystal clear that Mr. Kaepernick nor anyone else was disrespecting our soldiers or All police officers, who protect us every day and we have the utmost respect for. Or the Flag. Its interesting that I don’t see that printed as often as the other part which i have read over and over,” Tina writes.

We don’t disagree, and that’s not just because Bey is Queen.

Tina goes on to call out those who don’t actively take a stand against social injustice as “complicit” before letting us all know that she’s aware her post “is going to piss a lot of people off and if it does you are exactly who I’m talking about if the shoe fits wear it!”

Suffice it to say, Lahren probably should have thought twice about taking a shot at Queen Bey.


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The Grammy Award-winning singer's 'Perfect' duet with Ed Sheeran is the number one song in America.

Beyoncé has had several hit singles over the past few years, including 'Formation', '7/11', 'Pretty Hurts', and 'Flawless'.

All 12-tracks from her critically acclaimed album, 'Lemonade', debuted on the Billboard Hot 100.

But none of her songs have made it to number one.

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The Beyoncé 'Perfect' remix was released two weeks ago, and is climbing up the charts around the world.

The song has a few remixes, and another one on the way, but his collaboration with Queen B is a big hit with fans.

It's currently number two on the Coca-Cola Top 40. Beyoncé's collaboration with J Balvin and Willy Williams on the 'Mi Gente Remix', is also in the Top 10.

'Perfect' is Ed's second number one single in America. He took to Instagram to share his excitement.

"Feels mad to say this, but I've had my second ever number one single in America, one at the start at the year, one at the end. What a year it's been. Thanks to Beyoncé for giving this new version a revamp, and thanks to everyone who's supporting it. You guys rule," he wrote.

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