A book about the singer, which describes her love for total control of everything and everyone, went on sale. This information is also confirmed by her ex-boyfriend, who also spoke about the artist's obsession with fame.
Presentation of Beyoncé Knowles biopic "Beyoncé: The Untold Story", authored by 59-year-old Jay Randy Taraborrelli, formerly collaborating with the Hilton family, Michael Jackson, writing about Marilyn Monroe, Frank Sinatra and Madonna. This publication is predicted to be an incredible sales success as it is dedicated to one of the most famous women in the world.
The writer decided to burn the public's interest in his work in advance and began to share some details of the singer's life. So, he told the press that the artist is very domineering and loves total control over everything and everyone. “Beyoncé does what she does: she lays down the law. It's her style to say, "You're not going anywhere. It's not going to happen. End of conversation," the man told reporters.
This information was confirmed by the ex-boyfriend of the singer Lindell Locke, with whom they have been together for ten years. He told British publication Daily Mail that despite her young age, Beyoncé has always been obsessed with fame and knew exactly what she wanted. According to the man, she began to sing at the age of five, and her parents invested all their savings in the education and career of their daughter. The ex-lover of the artist noted that her father Matthew Knowles devoted his whole life to the star and worked more than all her family members to achieve the success that the celebrity is now enjoying.
Recall that a few years ago, Beyoncé and her mother Tina cut off all ties with Matthew because they found out about his romantic relationship with another woman. The singer still cannot forgive her dad.
Locke also added that the artist from an early age had a commanding disposition and always set her own rules. He said that she did not take alcohol and drugs so as not to ruin her voice, and once, when they got into a minor car accident, Bea urgently fled the scene, arguing that in the future the story of the accident could have a bad effect on her stellar image.
When fame came to Beyoncé, she and Lindell began to move away from each other, which led to their separation. “I told her I was sorry we didn’t have a normal life, but she said she didn’t want a normal life. We have been together for ten years. I saw her change and she needed someone like Jay Z to take her to the next level,” Locke was quoted as saying by the Daily Mail.