Stepping out in striped style today was Beyonce.
Hard at work on her latest live show, ‘The Formation World Tour’, the entertainer stopped traffic as she made her way around New York City as her new LP ‘Lemonade‘ takes on Drake‘s melodic ‘VIEWS’ on the Billboard 200.
After learning that the good people of Flint, Michigan had been consuming poisoned water the entertainer, who hails from Texas, raised $82,000 to support them as they seek to rise above the crisis.
On Monday (June 13), the singer’s entertainment and management company, Parkwood Entertainment, and director of philanthropy and corporate relations, Ivy McGregor, presented a $82,234 check to the United Way of Genesee County at a Detroit high school in partnership with Bey’s philanthropic platform, BeyGOOD, according to a release sent from Beyonce’s team. The funds are the result of fans who opted to donate to the city impacted by the ongoing water crisis.