Beyonce’s Dad Breaks Down While Wishing Her Happy Birthday – WATCH

5 September 2017, 10:12

Beyonce Dad Matthew Knowles

Knowles left an emotional message for his daughter on Instagram.

Beyonce’s dad Mathew Knowles broke down in tears while wishing her a happy birthday yesterday.

The ‘Formation’ singer turned 36-years-old on 4th September and celebrated with close friends and family. 

However her estranged father, who is best-known for helping to guide Destiny’s Child to success, left an emotional message for his daughter on Instagram.

Watch below:

 

Happy Birthday @beyonce! I love you and I'm so proud of you!

A post shared by Mathew Knowles (@mrmathewknowles) onSep 4, 2017 at 6:50am PDT

“God I can remember the day you were born,” he began. “My first time seeing a baby born. I was actually in the room.”

He continued: “Your city (Houston) loves you and more importantly, I love you with all my heart. I’m so proud of you.”

However following the message, some of Beyonce’s fans debated her relationship with Knowles.

Meanwhile, Beyonce was recently at JAY-Z’s ‘Made In America’ music festival in Philadelphia over the weekend.

Fans serenaded her with “Happy Birthday” during JAY-Z’s performance, while she watched on the from audience.

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