Beyonce “prays for new starts” in 2021.
The “Crazy In Love” hitmaker reflected on the past 12 months, admitting it “divided us” but said it also means people were “united by humanity” too.
She wrote on Instagram: “Well done to a new Beyhive year !!
“2020 has divided us and united us. Most could not see loved ones and we felt too much loss, but we were united in our humanity. As we all look forward to and pray for a new start, I want you to honor yourself and those you love. Celebrate that you are an important person who contributes to our great community. “
Meanwhile, Beyonce previously revealed that her charity is donating $ 500,000 to those at risk of deportation due to the current coronavirus pandemic.
A statement on its official website reads: “The second phase of the BeyGOOD Impact Fund will now help those affected by the housing crisis. The housing moratorium is due to end on December 26, resulting in foreclosures of mortgage loans and rent evictions. Many families are affected, due to the pandemic which has resulted in loss of jobs, disease and the general downturn in the economy. This holiday season, as many are stressed by what they will do next regarding their housing, we are proud to share GOOD news. Beyoncé provides grants of $ 5,000 to individuals and families facing foreclosures or evictions. All necessary documents must be provided to NAACP The online application process begins January 7, 2021, where 100 grantees will be selected and grants released at the end of January The second phase will open in Feb. to laugh. #BeyGOOD. .. Keep the faith … Stay in the hope … Together we can all help (sic) “
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