- Popular musician, Beyoncé Knowles, has stated she broke down in tears during the launch of Tyler Perry's film studio
- According to her, she felt the presence of her ancestors and therefore expressed gratitude to him for such a legacy
- She added that she is proud and therefore thanked him for his love and passion for the work
Global music icon, Beyoncé Knowles has revealed she broke down in tears in front of movie actor and producer, Tyler Perry at his new film studio.
The musician joined other famous people such as Oprah Winfrey and Spike Lee for the grand opening of the 330-acre studio in Atlanta.
According to her, she could feel the presence of her ancestors as she arrived for the big event.
Information available shows that Beyoncé, who appeared at the event wearing a custom-made Yousef Al Jasmi yellow beaded gown, was with her husband, Jay Z.
She went on to say that she felt proud and full and could not stop crying. She then thanked Perry for his love and passion and noted that he inspires her to dream even bigger.
Per a report by edition.cnn.com, Tyler Perry, during the launch, said he decided to leave a legacy behind and lay the groundwork for the future generation to continue from there.
In other news, Ghana’s vice president, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia joined other people to celebrate the birthday of the oldest medical practitioner in the country, Dr. Emmanuel Evans-Anfom.
Other popular personalities present were the first lady, Rebecca Akufo-Addo, governor of the Bank of Ghana, Dr. Ernest Addison and the chancellor of the University of Ghana, Mary Chinery-Hesse.
Others were the former vice-chancellor of the University of Ghana, Professor Ernest Aryeetey, the leadership of the Ghana Medical and Dental Council as well as old students of the Achimota School.
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