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Beyonce Pens Letter to Blind Fan

Beyonce and her pen strike again!  Beyonce used her Tumblr page to congratulate Timmy Kelly, an 18-year-old young man who lives with Cerebral Palsy and is blind. She met Timmy when he was just 13. Since then, he has graduated from High School and been accepted to college!Bey penned her old friend a letter:

“The first time I met Timmy Kelly was in 2007, backstage at the Grammys. He was only 13 and he touched my heart with his voice and his love of music and life. He’s now 18 and he’s graduated high school — I’m so proud of him! Timmy was born blind, and with cerebral palsy. But this never slowed him down — he has proven to everyone, that anything is possible if you believe in yourself and work hard. In Philadelphia, he’s known as the good luck charm to the Eagles and whenever he sings the national anthem before a game they always win. His strength and determination is an inspiration. Timmy was just accepted to Temple University’s Boyer College of Music and Dance.

Congratulations Timmy!

Love, B”

Beyonce releases never before seen photos of her family

Beyonce celebrated her 4th Wedding Anniversary yesterday by renewing her vows with hubby Jay-Z, sending out her first tweet, and uploading some never-before-seen photos of herself with Jay, her sister Solange and nephew Juelz to her new tumblr page.  (We like this new Bey!)  The photos were all taken in numerous places over the span of the last few years and include shots of the couple on vacation, as well as a few throughout her various stages of pregnancy.

Pop the hood to check out some of our favorite photos, plus a note from Beyonce:   Continue reading

Racist ‘Hunger Games’ fans dissapointed in the color of the casts’ skin

The good news?  Highly anticipated blockbuster The Hunger Games made $155 million at the box office its opening weekend, making it the third-best debut in North American box office history!  According to CNN, “Only Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 and The Dark Knight — recorded bigger opening weekends.”  The bad news – there were one too many bigoted fans that read the book and failed to learn their secondary colors in preschool. Continue reading