Watch Beyoncé's Beautiful 2020 Video Tribute Showing Some of Her Special Moments
Musician and proud mother of three, Beyoncé, who has been married to Jay-Z since 2008, shared a beautiful 2020 video tribute showing some highlights of the year.
On New Year’s Eve 2021, Beyoncé uploaded a four-minute video to her Instagram account. Initially, it showed a party she held to welcome 2020. Then, she and her husband appeared at the Golden Globe Awards.
The clip included photos and short videos of her during the Roc Nation Grammy Brunch, the release of Ivy Park x Adidas Drips 1 and 2, and some of the donations she made amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Reaching the one-minute mark, the singer appeared sending a heartfelt message to the health-care workers who thrived during the pandemic and took care of everyone’s family while being away from theirs.
The video showed some other important milestones and charitable efforts Beyoncé did in 2020, including donating $1 million to help Black-owned small businesses and releasing a song with Megan Thee Stallion.
Beyoncé’s post included Michelle Obama naming her the 2020 BET Awards Humanitarian of the Year and her “Black Is King” musical film and visual album, directed and produced by Beyoncé herself.
At the end of the clip, she left a message asking people to give themselves permission to experience joy, adding that spending time with their loved ones was “precious.”
[Beyoncé] had plans to “slow down and shed stressful things from my life.”
For the caption, Beyoncé wrote that 2020 both divided and joined us because, while we couldn’t see our loved ones and even felt “too many loses,” our humanity united us. She added:
“This year for me has been about celebrating joy, chasing happiness, and living in love. […] Celebrate that you are an important individual who contributes to our beautiful collective.”
OTHER IMPORTANT 2020 MOMENTS
Apart from all the donations included in the video, Beyoncé is also giving away $500,000 to those impacted by the eviction crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
The “Crazy in Love” singer will grant $5,000 to 100 recipients facing foreclosures or evictions due to job loss, illness, and other challenges. People can start applying on January 7, 2021.
In October 2020, Beyoncé made headlines after telling Editor-In-Chief of British Vogue Edward Enninful that she had plans to “slow down and shed stressful things from my life.”
The singer confessed that she had been working almost non-stop since her teenage years, so taking a break to find a better work-life balance seems only natural. Way to go, Queen Bey!
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