After celebrating her birthday in Philadelphia, singer Beyoncé headed over to her hometown in Houston, Texas to bring some relief among the Hurricane Harvey survivors. The singer along with her mother Tina Lawson and Destiny’s Child band mate Michelle Williams were seen handing out food to those affected by the storm that left Houston devastated.
Mama Knowles shared a picture of the three ladies on social duty, with a caption that read: “That’s Michelle Williams at the beginning of line, serving the chicken, Beyoncé on Green beans and me on bread duty.” She took to Instagram to share the trio’s day of goodwill.
Wow !! How great was this day ? this is our third stop first we went to St. John’s and along with Pastor Rudy . Beyonce Sponsored a luncheon for 400 folks some of the people affected by harvey and had a short program motivation to try tol encourage them and love on them. Second stop we went to the George R Brown convention center , where we talk to some of the residents about the needs and toured the facility Third stop we traveled to accompany one of lHouston’s Best real life Heroes Trae That Truth to serve food to the residents of this complex ! This man delivers supplies that were donated by generous people like you . It was fun unloading the truck and organizing the sizes . Please keep the donations coming! .❤️❤️ Thats Michelle Williams at the beginning of line, serving the chicken , Beyonce on Green beans and me on bread duty. Ingrid over there serving deserts.
Needless to say, the distressed locals of Houston were as thankful as they were happy to meet Queen Bey.
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Beyoncé and Tina were equally elated to be in Houston. They even visited and spoke at the St. John’s United Methodist Church, calling the day “a celebration of survival”. A team of volunteers, who were happy to sport t-shirts with the ‘BEYGOOD’ slogan, assisted the two. For the uninitiated, BEYGOOD is Beyoncé’s charity that provides clothes, food, shelter, healthcare, jobs, and counselling to those in need.
Meanwhile, Lawson was also happy to be back at the church where Beyoncé sang her first solo as a 14-year-old.
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