Like basically everyone else, Beyonce's mother is feeling major love for the pop star's newest visual album, Lemonade, sharing a photo of her daughter drinking the aforementioned beverage on Instagram, writing, "My baby with a jar of lemonade❤️ we just had a lemonade toast!!!"
"B worked so hard on this project day and night," Knowles wrote in a follow-up post. "It was soo important to her to offer something that would bring about healing and hope to the universe! No matter what you've gone thru in life you can always come out on the other side!"
Easily the 34-year-old singer's most deeply personally project yet, Lemonade deals with wide-ranging topics from social justice and black femininity to her own marriage, including rumors of alleged infidelity on the part of her husband, Jay Z, with a woman identified on the track, "Sorry," only as "Becky with the good hair."
When the roughly one-hour movie accompanying the album dropped on HBO over the weekend, Tina posted several updates while watching, including one where she wrote, "Me and my man looking at the movie amazing!!!!!!!!!!!! This girl is incredible."
“She's an artist and she's expressed herself and I think it's a beautiful piece of work,” Williams told ET’s Sophie Schillaci. “I think the theme, the overarching theme of forgiveness is just such a beautiful message and we need that in the world right now. We need it.”