6
May
2013

[Video] Beyonce Says She Was Shocked That People Criticized Her Cuba Trip

Written by thejasminebrand in Blog

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In between touring, Beyonce sat down with Good Morning America’s Amy Robach, discussing her upcoming animated film (‘Epic’) along with addressing folk that criticized her Cuba trip and plans to expand her family. Peep a few excerpts.

On criticism of her and Jay-Z’s anniversary trip to Cuba

It was such a beautiful trip; I met some incredible children, visited some incredible entrepreneurs, I learned so much about so many people and the country and it was actually quite shocking.

On remaining grounded: 

At the end of the day, you’re the same exact person. I still like the simple things. I have on my press on nails right now. But my color, my pink, is professionally done. I just feel like you know at the end of the day, my goals and my dreams are the same. I just want happiness, I want great friends and great family.

On plans to have more children: 

I think my daughter needs some company. I definitely loved being a big sister. At some point when it’s supposed to happen.  My biggest job in the world is to protect my daughter. And I am very protective.  I feel really, really lucky that I can still do what I love and have way bigger meaning. That’s to be her mother.

Check the full clip below.

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2 Comments to “[Video] Beyonce Says She Was Shocked That People Criticized Her Cuba Trip”

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  2. Miss AG says:

    Riiiiing riiiiiing hello yes is this Beyonce? Ok,Mrs. Carter you breathed a lil too hard and I’m going to need to see your permission slip b4 you can breatheagain.
    lololololol

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