My dad cracks me up when he tries to search for things on his cell phone. In the loudest voice possible he says “OK, GOOGLE!”. Then proceeds to fumble with the phone for the next ten minutes once the shit doesn’t work for him. I’m assuming these are the same types of antics Tina Knowles experiences with new technology.
E! News reports that mama Tina has come under fire for liking a negative comment aimed at her daughter Beyonce’s Dreamgirls co-star, Jennifer Hudson.
A user posted a video on Instagram of Queen Bey, JHud and Anika Noni Rose singing the song Patience from the movie at the 2007 Oscars. Another user commented “JHud sounds horrible”. Somehow, by powers beyond her control, that comment ended up getting liked….by mama Tina.
Oh, Tina. WHYYYYY??!! Don’t you know there are people just sitting at their computers waiting for shit like this to happen? (Pssst..they’re called bloggers.) The ensuing online backlash caused Tina to address her actions by using the “I didn’t know what I was doing, teehee” defense. She took to Instagram to write an explanation longer than War and Peace.
“My children worried that I might accidentally touch something when looking at other sites and have warned me about it.” she wrote, adding “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.”
Mmmmhmm. A likely story. Tina went on to say that she admires JHud and will be taking a break from social media for a little while, which will probably be for the next fifteen minutes or so, until she can find her next victim.
You can read the entire post here, but why bother? This is some high octane, fancy China and champagne kind of shade brought to you by a true OG! But honestly, you all know she’s just covering up for Beyonce, who probably logged into her account and decided to troll people’s pages to admire herself. She probably came across that comment and squealed with delight, running to Blu Ivy’s room to show her how much her fans love her by making fun of her enemies.