A video of a woman claiming to be the biological mother of American singer Beyonce’s has gone viral on social media.
The video posted by 28 hour news sees the woman whose name is withheld, talking about how she wants Beyonce to contact her and come home to meet her other siblings and know her ancestor. She added that she is not interested in the singer’s money but that she just wants her to know her real family.
Narrating how Beyonce turned out to be her biological daughter, the Durban woman, explains that she gave Beyonce up to an American couple who visited Durban and lived in a hotel where she used to work after Beyonce’s birth in 1984.
She noted that her rational behind her decision was to keep Beyonce safe and away from apartheid and political unrest in Durban. According to the Durban woman, the name she gave Beyonce at birth was Busisiwe and that the American couple gave her the name Beyonce but the first time she set eyes on her was on TV.
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Explaining her efforts at looking for Beyonce all these past years, the Durban woman in her interview noted that she wrote to Khumbul’ekhaya to help her get to America to look for her daughter, but she was told America is too far, hence they could not help her get there.
“The ancestors are not happy; they want her to know her real surname. We must make her Islphandlaa and introduce her to her ancestors,” she reiterated.
The Durban woman warned that Beyonce might experience problems in her marriage in the near future if she does come home to be introduced to her ancestor and change her name formally with a traditional ceremony. The self-acclaimed mother also wants Beyonce to come to Durban with her husband Jay Z to get married the traditional way.
The Durban woman expressed the hope that should Beyonce see the video, she should remember she is loved by her biological mother who supports her career.
The crying Durban woman described Beyonce’s childhood as a free spirited child at birth who loved to do the Zulu dance and sing. Beyonce with her husband to Durban to get married the traditional way.
Watch the interview of the Durban woman