Tiffany has been singing with Beyonce since 2007. She has also sung backup vocals for Mariah Carey, Christina Aguilera, Kelly Clarkson, Anita Baker, Stevie Wonder and Kenny Loggins. In 2013, she told New Jersey Monthly that she quit her day job and became fully committed to the "Single Ladies" singer when she became one of "the Mamas," Beyonce's nickname name for her trio of background singers.
Beyonce's message comes less than a week after Tiffany's Facebook update this past Sunday, in which the talented singer shared that she was in "quite a bit of pain."
"Fevers, a-fib, no food or water since last Tuesday, quite a bit of pain and a lot of fatigue today," she wrote. "I'm finally 'comfortable' so I'm gonna get some sleep while the going is good."
Still, she remained upbeat with her hashtags "#fckcancer #godsgotthis #bravethestorm."
Hopefully, Beyonce's message brightened up her day.
Earlier this month, Taylor Swift took time out to talk to four-year-old Jalene Salinas -- a young fan with terminal brain cancer -- when she found out that Jalene's final wish was to dance with her to her hit song "Shake It Off."