NewsMatthew Knowles Checks Critics On Beyoncé's Hair Care Line

Matthew Knowles Checks Critics On Beyoncé’s Hair Care Line

Some fans have questioned Beyoncé’s affinity for haircare, given she typically rocks hairstyles like wigs and extensions, not her natural crown.

Matthew Knowles is setting the record straight on Beyoncé’s rightful place in the haircare industry. The protective dad is coming to his daughter’s defense regarding her new line, Cécred.

Knowles spoke to TMZ reporters on Feb. 27 about the criticism his firstborn has received about her latest business venture. Some fans have questioned Beyoncé’s affinity for haircare, given that the superstar typically rocks hairstyles like wigs and extensions, not her natural crown.

“We had a hair salon for 17 years, and it was the top hair salon in Houston,” stated the singer’s former manager. “Must have some credibility, right?”

Knowles let everyone know that Beyoncé comes from a lineage of esteemed hair stylists due to her mother Tina’s experience in the business.

“[Seventeen] years and the best hair salon…I’ll let you guys figure that one,” he continued.

Knowles was then asked about former Destiny’s Child member Kelly Rowland and the drama surrounding her walking off set at the Today Show due to a dressing room issue. Like Beyoncé, the 72-year-old also defended Rowland, whom he considers to be another daughter.

“Kelly is a sweetheart,” shared Knowles. “Kelly lived with us; I look at Kelly as my daughter. I don’t know what happened, but I can tell you one thing I do know. She’s not a diva.”

This is not the first time Beyoncé’s dad has spoken publicly on his eldest daughter’s behalf. Back in February, Knowles also stated that record labels are also to blame for her recurring Album Of The Year snubs at the Grammys. He expressed that Columbia Records has not done enough to campaign for her to receive the coveted award but that she is more than deserving.

It is clear that Papa Knowles is ready to dispel any negative rumors about his girls and is letting naysayers know that Cécred is the real deal.

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Source: Black Enterprise

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