Beyoncé seems to have really hated 2020 like the rest of us and used those emotions to come up with a sick gift for her friends and family.
The icon’s cousin, Angie Beyince, was the first to show off the diamond necklace she received from Bey. She shared a photo of a diamond-encrusted necklace that reads 2020. The first zero is stretched out to give the impression of the middle finger.
Angie said, “@beyonce gifted all of her girls with this amazing custom 2020 necklace. “?2020 “
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She added, “It’s a hand with the middle finger and the year 2020 combined into one. When I opened it my eyes teared up because it is both Hilarious & Deeply Sentimental. 2020 has had ups and downs but over all it’s been a really weird and tuff year. Hopefully, 2021 is good to the world ? ? #nye #beyonce.”
Bey also gave a necklace to her mother Tina Knowles, who reposted Angie’s post. One fan praised the “Drunk In Love” singer’s creativeness writing, “Beyonce is creative in EVERY way possible. It a funny and dope piece.”
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2020 may have sucked pretty hard but Beyoncé is doing her best to help out. Earlier this month, the mogul announced she was donating $500,000 to help with the eviction crisis going on during the shutdown.
Per an official release, Beyoncé is offering $5,000 grants for people who are facing foreclosures of evictions as a result of the pandemic.
People can start applying for the grant beginning January 7, 2021. A total of 100 people will be selected for the $5,000 grant.
The release read, “Beyoncé is continuing her heart of support and helping where needed most. Phase Two of the BeyGOOD Impact Fund will now help those impacted by the housing crisis
Further, “The housing moratorium is set to end on December 26th, resulting in mortgage foreclosures and rental evictions. Many families are impacted, due to the pandemic that resulted in job loss, sickness, and overall economic downturn.”
Earlier this year, Beyoncé awarded $10,000 to a black-owned Cannabis company. She also worked with her mother setting up mobile Covid-19 testing sites in her hometown of Houston.