NewsKamala Harris Gifted Tickets By Beyonce For Renaissance Concert

Kamala Harris Gifted Tickets By Beyonce For Renaissance Concert

Beyoncé made sure to have a presidential presence at her concert. The singer gifted Vice President Kamala Harris tickets to her Renaissance World Tour.

However, this gift was directly from Queen Bey herself, allowing the first Black vice president to see the star on stage. Harris basked in the moment with her husband, Doug Emhoff. The couple attended the show at FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland.

“Thanks for a fun date night, @Beyonce,” captioned the elected official on social media.

Harris also dressed according to the theme at the August event, per Beyoncé’s request for glittery disco fashion. Harris followed suit with a gold glitter top and shoes to match. Harris has also explained her love of the singer’s music in October.

“I just love that song,” Harris shared with People about “Break My Soul,” a lead single from Beyoncé’s Renaissance album. “I play it all the time…it’s one of the anthems for women . . . when [Beyoncé says] ‘you,’ you could be life, you could be a person, you could be a situation. You will not break my soul. I can endure.”

Harris has been a visible presence across the Black community as she campaigns for re-election alongside President Joe Biden. While Beyoncé is no longer on tour, the VP may be seen next at whatever shows she does for her latest project, “Cowboy Carter.”

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Source: Black Enterprise

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