Beyoncé was honored at the 2019 GLAAD Media Awards on Thursday, March 28 with the Vanguard Award — and her speech brought out tears.
Accepting alongside her husband, Jay Z, the superstar singer gave a beautiful speech about the LGBTQ community.
“I would say that one of the most beautiful memories from our tour was looking out every night and seeing the hardest gangster trapping out right next to the most fabulous queen, full out, respecting and celebrating each other. That was dope!” she shared.
“That’s the beauty of great partnership, connecting people who at first glance seem worlds apart. Whether it’s our fans or our family, the LGBTQI community has always supported us and lifted us up. We’re here to promote love for every human being, and change starts with supporting the people closest to you.”
She continued, “So, let’s tell them they are loved. Let’s remind them they are beautiful. Let’s speak out and protect them. And parents, let’s love our kids in their truest form.”
She also honored her late uncle, who had HIV, who sadly passed away.
“Lastly, I want to dedicate …continue reading on the next page —>