Beyoncé's mom Tina Lawson took some time to show love to her son-in-law Jay-Z, whose record label Roc Nation curated entertainment for Super Bowl LV. See the touching post!
Beyoncé's mom Tina Lawson penned a touching "love letter" to her son-in-law, Jay-Z, to show appreciation for all he has done to inspire change in the Super Bowl entertainment scene.
Jay-Z, who sold half of his champagne brand Armand de Brignac to luxury goods owner LVMH, sealed a deal with the NFL to gain influence over Super Bowl's most important music events in 2019.
Tina Knowles at WACO Theater's 2nd Annual Wearable Art Gala on March 17, 2018. | Source: Getty Images
While the critics called him a sellout back then, Lawson shared how the backlash never got to Jay-Z, and he continued his mission to bring on change.
Jay-Z and his record label Roc Nation were the curators of entertainment for Super Bowl LV. Lawson reflected on when Jay-Z took charge because the change would never prevail unless someone took the lead.
Black artists including Jazmine Sullivan, H.E.R., and The Weeknd rocked the stage with their performances, and Lawson could not be more proud in her Instagram post. She wrote:
"One thing that I've noticed about Jay is that he doesn't let what people say bully him into not doing the things that he knows are right."
Jay-Z also runs the music streaming platform Tidal. Lawson gave it a shoutout and said she was proud of her son-in-law for paving the way for others like he always has.
Lawson is known as the matriarch of a star-studded family, but there is much more to her.
Lawson is her talented family's number one cheerleader and the ultimate momager. She once expressed her desire to leave behind a lasting legacy for her daughters Beyoncé and Solange Knowles.
Lawson wants to be remembered for the difference she made, and to her, nothing else matters. With two superstar daughters who have it all, the momager does not have to worry about her legacy.
Lawson is known as the matriarch of a star-studded family, but there is much more to her. She is a public figure in her own right, an activist, a philanthropist, and a fashion designer, among other things.
Beyoncé and Solange have mentioned their mother in their body of work. Solange even dedicated an interlude to Lawson in her 2016 album "A Seat at the Table."