Beyoncé's Mom Tina Knowles Reveals Pop Star Faced Bullying Growing Up: She Stood Up and They Never Bothered Her Again

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Tina Knowles, the mother of pop sensation Beyoncé, recently shared memories about her daughters' upbringing, shedding light on the less glamorous side of fame.

According to Tina, Beyoncé faced bullying while growing up, despite her current status as the reigning queen of the Beyhive.

In a conversation with Vogue, Tina recounted how Beyoncé, known for her powerful stage presence, was actually quite shy in her younger years.

This timidness made her a target for bullies, but according to Tina, Beyoncé didn't hesitate to stand up for herself and her friends when confronted.

During a 2003 interview with Oprah, Beyoncé herself addressed the bullying she faced, recalling how other kids would mock her for the size of her ears.

Despite the hurtful experiences, Beyoncé's resilience shines through as she laughs about it in the clip, indicating she's moved past those difficult times.

While Beyoncé's rise to fame has been nothing short of spectacular, with her recent album "Cowboy Carter" still dominating the charts months after its release, the memories of her childhood bullying serve as a reminder of her journey to the top.

Despite her success, Beyoncé remains grounded, with no room for petty grudges in her empire.

As Tina reminisces about her daughters' early years, she recalls Solange as an activist and Kelly Rowland as a peacemaker, painting a picture of a tight-knit family with fond memories of their past.

And while Beyoncé may have faced bullies in her youth, one thing's for sure – those who crossed her back then better hope they never face the wrath of the Beyhive, as forgiveness isn't exactly their strong suit.

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