Beyoncé’s Dad bagged ex-wife Tina because he thought she was white; Twitter sees reddddd

Twitter is dutifully dragging Beyonce’s dad by his handle bar mustache hairs for revealing that he only pursued the Lemonade chanteuse’s mother, Tina Lawson, because he thought she was a white woman.


Social media slayers are steady screaming “huhhhhhh???” at Mathew Knowles following his recent interview with EBONY magazine, in which the former Destiny’s Child manager unveiled the origins of his thoughts on colorism in the black community, chronicled in his new book, Racism: From the Eyes of a Child.

Matthew, a 66-year-old Alabama native, explained that throughout his childhood, his mom strictly forbade him to date any “nappy-head” African American females.

“When I was growing up, my mother used to say, ‘Don’t ever bring no nappy-head Black girl to my house.’ In the deep South in the ‘50s, ‘60s and ‘70s, the shade of your Blackness was considered important. So I, unfortunately, grew up hearing that message,” he served.

Daddy Matty also revealed he was forced to take the Brown Paper Bag test—an antiquated challenge black people were forced to participate in to determine whether or not their complexion was lighter than a brown paper bag—during his matriculation at Fisk University.

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Elsewhere, Queen Bey and Solange’s papa discussed his chapter on “eroticized rage,” noting he realized his attraction to extremely fair-skinned black women and white women was a subconscious act of revenge against an oppressive society.

Mathew even admits hat he initially assumed his ex-wife and mother of his charts dominating daughter, Tina, was caucasian.

“I have a chapter in the book that talks about eroticized rage. I talk about going to therapy and sharing – one day I had a breakthrough – that I used to date mainly White women or very high-complexion Black women that looked White. I actually thought when I met Tina, my former wife, that she was white. Later I found out that she wasn’t, and she was actually very much in-tune with her Blackness,” he said.

“I️ had been conditioned from childhood. Within eroticized rage, there was actual rage in me as a Black man, and I saw the White female as a way, subconsciously, of getting even or getting back. There are a lot of Black men of my era that are not aware of this thing.”


Online litigators are busy prosecuting brother Knowles on charges of being ODDDDDD blind to Beyoncé’s mamas blackness…




By: Asia Grace

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