For as long as there have been parents and kids, parents have managed to embarrass their kids. Thanks to the advancements in technology and the rise of social media, parents have all-new ways to make their children feel shame, whether they intend to or not. If you're Tina Knowles, mother of musicians Beyoncé and Solange Knowles, you are incredibly proud of the women your children have become, which makes you feel all the more terrible when doing something to bring them negative attention.
"I never seen anything lak it".Just clowning around with my clowning around buddy Kaleb having fun😀 I am writing this commentary for Jennifer Hudson and not for the evil mean people that are making this into a social media ugly thing. I've known Jennifer Hudson for many years and have totally been in admiration of her talent and beauty and kindness I would never ever say anything negative about her or agree with anything negative ! Mychildren worried that I might accidentally touch something when looking at other sites and have warned me about it . They always say that I am not that great on social media I have to be very careful . and somehow maybe I touched a button but the truth is I was on my Instagram and someone commented on Beyoncé (positive) by the way , and I went to look at their site and saw some good videos and performances of Beyoncé I came across the video of her and Jennifer (which I totally enjoyed) and I was looking at them I didn't even look at the comments or what people were saying till just now. and I absolutely would not have touched a like or dislike on one of these sites. I think if you look through my Instagram you'll see that I am not a hater and I am not negative about people so to Jennifer for my mistake of accidentally touching it which I don't remember doing I really apologize I totally love and Admire you❤️and I'd have to be pretty stupid to do that knowing it would be everywhere, but I will be taking a break from social media as this is the bad side of it. There are people who make thier living off of negativity.
A few days ago, Tina was innocently browsing Instagram to see videos and pictures of her daughter Beyoncé, as proud parents are wont to do. When seeing a video of her daughter performing a song from Dreamgirls at the 2007 Academy Awards with Jennifer Hudson, Tina "liked" the video, supposedly by accident. Sadly, Tina hadn't noticed the video featured the comment "Jhud sounds horrible." which her like had symbolically endorsed.
Tina took to her Instagram to explain more about the incident in a lengthy post, describing her reasons for taking a break from social media. Tina has nearly a million Instagram followers who all could have seen her endorsement of a negative comment towards Hudson, but Tina puts it best when recounting that her daughters "always say that I am not that great on social media."
Hopefully the buzz about the situation and drama will die down soon and Tina can get back on social media, as we've all made mistakes like this before. At least Tina didn't accidentally like a four-year-old post at 3:00 AM that an ex posted, as there's never an excuse that makes those slip-ups okay.