AceShowbiz - Beyonce Knowles is certainly blessed with a lot of perfect physical features, including her voluminous hair. Her own hairstylist Neal Farinah has confirmed that the "If I Were a Boy" songstress' gorgeous hair is real, not a wig or sew-in weave.
On Tuesday, February 4, the celebrity hairstylist shared a throwback video of Bey dancing while on stage. As she moved her hips right and left, her long and thick hair swayed on her back and over her shoulders.
One person commented on Bey's hair, "That has to be 6 bundles of hair." Neal dismissed it, explaining, "the crazy part is it's most likely all her hair. With a couple of clip ins for volume. Or did you mean her hair equals to 6 bundles of someone else weave lol."
When another user asked, "Are this lacewigs or sew ins love that," the hairstylist replied, "It's called realness replying to the said user."
Some others, however, have acknowledged Bey's gorgeous hair, with one declaring, "The best hair." Another similarly raved, "Bestttt hair ever....," while one other fan added, "Beautiful hair."
Her hair aside, Beyonce recently made headlines after she, her husband Jay-Z and their daughter Blue Ivy remained seated during Demi Lovato's performance of the national anthem at the Super Bowl LIV on Sunday, February 2. This was surprising since Jay-Z signed a partnership with the NFL in 2019.
The couple faced backlash, with Wendy Williams saying on her show, "You should've stood up" and suggesting that if they "don't like out country," they can leave. Colin Kaepernick, who started the kneeling protest, appeared to shade Jay-Z too. The former NFL star shared a screenshot of an Instagram user's post with a caption that read, "I though we were 'past kneeling' tho?"
Jay-Z later clarified that his family sitting down during the national anthem was not a protest. He explained at Columbia University on Tuesday that he and his wife Beyonce were simply immersed in Demi's performance. "We immediately jumped into artist mode," so he said it. He added that he started inspecting every aspect of the show. "I'm really just looking at the show. The mics start. Was it too low to start?" he claimed, as he was concerned about the audio and other things for a very good reason.