Beyoncé Honors a Young Fan Who Died of Brain Cancer With a Special Song
By AgwaraHenry | self meida writer
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Beyonce is an American singer-songwriter and actress who achieved fame in the late 1990s. She has been model and idle to so many young people. Beyonce is paying tribute to the life of a young fan who died of brain cancer.
Lyric, who passed away this week after a long battle with anaplastic ependymoma at age 13 was honoured by the R&B singer. Brown Skin Girl," "Halo" and "Love on Top" were the three (3) songs Beyonce used to honour Lyric.
This wasn't the first time the Grammy award winner is surprising Lyric. Also in October, 2020 Beyonce sent Lyric some beautiful clothes from her clothing line named Ivy Park.
On the 5th of March, the R&B singer shared a video on YouTube titled Rest in Peace Lyric. Beyonce has also been a great fan of the young girl.
This year is still fresh and young but a lot of personalities have died with just three months into the year.
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