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Beyoncé's Mom Quit Instagram After 'Accidentally' Shading Jennifer Hudson!


Beyoncé's Mom Quit Instagram After 'Accidentally' Shading Jennifer Hudson!
Beyoncé's Mom Quit Instagram After 'Accidentally' Shading Jennifer Hudson!

No… this isn't a dream, girls!

Believe it or not, it's been over ten years since Dreamgirls debuted, effectively cementing Jennifer Hudson as a household name thanks to her Academy Award win for Best Supporting Actress.

However, it seems as though some people are still a little bitter Beyoncé didn't get any acting love for the musical movie — how else could you explain Tina Knowles Lawson's recent social media shade?!

Related: Beyoncé's Mom Basically Confirms Jay Z Cheated…

In case you missed it, Momma Tina caused a virtual scene on Thursday when she liked an Instagram post saying "JHud sounds horrible" on a video of she and Bey singing.


Having learned her lesson after carelessly sharing that recent snap of Jay Z and Solange in an elevator together, the fashion designer quickly made amends for her mistake… by quitting IG completely!

Ch-ch-check out Tina's JHud shade and subsequent apology (below)!!!

Awwwww. That's actually super sweet for something so clearly an accident!

Plus, we're sure Jennifer knows better than to hold grudges over feuds that aren't even there.

Although… do U still think Tina shaded JHud on purpose??

[Image via Dennis Van Tine/Future Image/WENN.]

Tags: beyonce, bullying, celebrity feuds, dreamgirls, instagram, jennifer hudson, music minute, tina knowles, tina lawson

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