Beyoncé doesn’t want to be “really mean,” she just has places she really needs to be!
The music superstar’s mom, Tina Knowles, jokingly revealed that she can cop a mean attitude when she’s in the midst of super-fast costume changes during her concerts.
“We laughed about this recently because I was saying, ‘Girl, you get really mean back there,’ and I am really happy that I don’t have to be back there anymore,” Knowles said on Tuesday’s episode of “Sherri.”
“We’d laugh because she used to do ‘Flaws and All.’ She would say, ‘I’m a [bitch] in the morning,’ and I’ll be like, ‘And the evening too!’”
However, Knowles, 69, said her daughter is aware that she can get out of line and always apologizes afterward.
“She’ll be like, ‘Mama, I’m so sorry,’ and I’m like, ‘I know.’ Sometimes she’ll be crying, and I was like, ‘She crying because she know she just said some crazy stuff to us,’” she added, laughing.
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“But that’s the heat of the moment, because you’re trying to get your shoes on, and everybody’s waiting, and if somebody’s messing up or they lose the shoes, then you messed up the whole show,” Knowles explained. “So, I understand it.”
Beyoncé, 42, just wrapped her record-breaking Renaissance World Tour, which featured more than 600 costumes, according to Knowles.
“She still has maybe 150 costumes that she hasn’t worn, but every night she did at least four to five new costumes,” she revealed.
The tour became the highest-grossing trek by a female artist in history after earning a whopping $579 million, per Entertainment Weekly.
Beyoncé’s shows made headlines night after night thanks to her special guest: her 11-year-old daughter, Blue Ivy.
The child star surprised fans with her appearance in crowd when her mom kicked off her tour in Stockholm, Sweden, in May and proceeded to join the singer on stage at multiple stops in the US and abroad.
Knowles was one proud grandma watching her Grammy-winning daughter dance on stage with her mini-me and took to Instagram to celebrate her talented family at the tour’s conclusion.
“I could not be more proud of my beautiful granddaughter. She worked so hard!” she wrote in an Oct. 3 Instagram post that showed Blue Ivy dancing during the Renaissance World Tour.
“She is a true talent. Good at so many things, and keeps surprising us every day with her mature, intelligent analogies of everything in life at 11 years old she is so wise beyond her years hard-working never backs down from a challenge,” she continued.
“She is kind and loyal and wise and beautiful. Go Blue !!!!!! Love and Godspeed ❤️❤️❤️❤️.”