Solange Did not Congratulate Beyonce On Historical -Making Grammys Wins Amid Alleged Sister Feud
Whereas The Sisters Used To Be So Close, An Entertainment Industry Source Claims That The Pair Are Feuding As Solange Has Been Absent From Bey’s Side In The Recent Months.
SOLANGE DID NOT CONGRATULATE BEYONCE ON- HISTORICAL MAKING GRAMMY WINS AMID SISTER FEUD
Solange Did ot Congratulate Beyonce On Historical -Making Grammys Wins Amid Alleged Sister Feud
Solange Knowles and Beyonce Knowles reportedly are having a pretty critical beef. Whereas the sisters used to be so close, an entertainment industry supply claims that the pair are feuding as Solange has been absent from Bey’s side in the recent months.
“All of us thought it was odd that Solange wasn’t a part of [Beyonce’s new album] ‘Renaissance’,” an insider informed Media Take Out. “It’s the kind of sound that is right up Solange’s alley.”
Not stopping there, Solange hasn’t posted anything to point out support for “Renaissance”. On her Instagram and Twitter pages, the “Cranes in the Sky” singer solely talked about her personal projects. Solange additionally did not congratulate Beyonce on her history-making wins on the 2023 Grammy Awards.
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“I believe it is bizarre for her to not be out supporting Beyonce,” the informant continued. “Bey took an opportunity on her newest album [‘Renaissance’] and he or she truly wanted everyone to support it, to propel it to being the hit.”
Whereas the insider did not have first-hand proof of the sisters’ rift, the source stressed, “I’ve heard things about their relationship. I believe something is definitely going on between them.”
On the 65th Grammy Awards, Beyonce set a brand new record for the most Grammy wins after taking home 4 awards, together with trophies for dance/electronic recording, dance/electronic album, R&B performance and R&B song. In total, the iconic singer has collected 32 Grammys, breaking the record previously held by classical conductor Georg Solti.
Beyonce, nonetheless, lost out on top awards, Song of the Year, Record of the Year and Album of the Year, at the ceremony. Song of the Year accolade went to Bonnie Raitt’s “Just Like That”, while Lizzo snagged the Record of the Year award for her smash hit “About Damn Time”. As for Album of the Year, the coveted prize was presented to Harry Styles for his “Harry’s House” album.