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Beyonce breaks down in tears as she reveals her struggle with Fame And Marriage



Beyonce released a new short film Yours And Mine starring
adorable daughter Blue Ivy and Jay Z to, commemorate the
one year anniversary of her self-titled visual album. Queen
Bey breaks down in tears as she opens up about her
struggle with celebrity, views on feminism, and her thoughts
on marriage..
On Marriage
People feel like they lose something when they get married,
but it doesn’t have to be that way. There’s nothing more
exciting about having a witness to your life,You know,
everyone’s not good at everything. You know?”It’s OK to
depend on someone. It’s actually what we’re supposed to
do – we’re supposed to depend on each other.
‘And when you find the person that you trust and you love
and you feel is going to respect you and take all the shit that
you have and turn it around and bring out the best in you, it
feeds you. It is the most powerful thing you can ever feel in
your life.’
‘Happiness comes from you, ‘No one else can make you
happy. You make you happy. And one thing that’s for sure:
The love I have for the music, my husband, for my child –
it’s something that will last far beyond my life.’On Fame
‘I sometimes wish I could be anonymous walking down the
street like everyone else,’ she admits. ‘Before I was famous
I was the girl on the hill with a guitar. I was the girl that just
wanted a beautiful view of the beach. Now that I’m famous
it’s really, really difficult to do very simple things.’


I think it’s the hardest thing to give up, but my mother
always taught me to be strong and to never be a victim,
never make excuses, never expect anyone else to provide
me things that I know I can provide for myself,’ the singer
said with emotion.
‘I have dreams and I feel like I have a power to actually
make those dreams become a reality. When you’re famous,
no one looks at you as a human anymore. You become
property of the public. There’s nothing real about it.”You
can’t put your finger on who I am. I can’t put my finger on
who I am. I am complicated. I grew up with a lot of conflict
and dramas and I’ve been through a lot, just like everyone
‘My escape was always music, and I’m so lucky that that’s
my job. But, if I accomplished all of these things and had no
one to share it with, it would be worth nothing.’On Death
‘I feel like my body is borrowed, and this life is very
temporary.’I watched my friend’s body deteriorate, and to
see someone pass on so gracefully put everything into
We do not value ourselves enough, especially young people
don’t really appreciate how brilliant our bodies are. I’ve
always been very, very specific and very choosy – very
choosy – about what I do with my body and who I want to
share that with.’
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