Beyonce says whoever conditioned girls to really feel previous or sad by the point they flip 40, it was “f’d up”

Queen Bey has spoken! Beyonce opens up at the age of 40 and describes this milestone in her life as “the best thing I have felt in my life”.

Bey wrote a deeply personal message to fans Thursday night and shared it on her website at the end of the Virgo season.

She thanked fans for their good wishes after celebrating her 40th birthday on September 4th earlier this month.

The mom of three has definitely spent a lot of time with the family over the past month, posting a number of photo dumps on her Instagram account, but she still found the time to write a letter to her devoted fans and she lets it know that 40 is not old!

“When the Virgo season comes to an end, I hope that my fellow Virgins had great birthdays,” Beyonce began the long letter. “I am so grateful for every inspiring person who took the time to send me all the great news. I cried tears of joy and was covered with cold bumps. “

Bey let fans know that she will forever cherish all of the videos, entries, and congratulations she received.

“I am grateful to everyone involved, especially the fans, that they needed so much time and detailed work to organize such beautiful honors,” she wrote. “I admire and respect you all and thank you with all my heart.”

Then her letter got a bit sharp and targeted those trying to make women feel like they are old by 40.

“Whoever tried to condition women to make us feel old or unhappy when we turn 40 was FULLY WATCHED,” she said. “That was absolutely the best thing I’ve felt in my life. I am so grateful to have GROWN, GROWN! “

She also admitted that fans have grown up with her since her time in Destiny’s Child.

“Most of you met me when I was 15 and we grew up together. You bring sooooo much joy into my life. “

She ended the letter with the words: “I hope my art can continue to give you a little pleasure.”

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