5 Times People Celebrated Beyoncé For The Queen She Is

Beyonce’s birthday, also known as Bey Day, is on September 4—but that doesn’t stop people from celebrating her all year. Here are 5 times people honored Beyoncé for the greatness that she is and deserves.

5. Fifth Harmony’s tribute performance to Destiny’s Child

4. I.M Pastry Studio has a cupcake named after Beyoncé. While you’re there pick up a Solange and Oprah too!

3. Adele dedicating her award to Beyoncé at the 59th Grammy’s.

2. Her family and friends posed in her now-iconic Formation outfit.

You can check all of them out here!

And the greatest tribute of all comes from her ride or die himself…

1. Jay-Z makes the crowd at his concert sing Happy Birthday to Beyoncé.

Source: Codeblack

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