Pics: Beyonce Shows Some Love To Houston’s Hurricane Harvey Victims


Beyonce, Garner, Kevin Hart and Janet Jackson, who just launched her concert tour are among the stars who showed up in the hurricane-stricken Houston area on Friday to spend some quality time with the victims who are still struggling to pick up the pieces of their lives after the horrible Hurricane Harvey hit the area hard.

In Houston making sure that the money that was raised is being used properly… #LiveLoveLaugh

A post shared by Kevin Hart (@kevinhart4real) on

Bey returned to her hometown of Houston to show support to those affected by Hurricane Harvey. She simply told them that “this is a celebration of survival.”

Beyonce was an epitome of humility during the visit as she folded the sleeves of her denim jacket to help serve food to the victims. The pop superstar was accompanied by her mother Tina, eldest daughter Blue Ivy and former Destiny’s Child bandmate Michelle Williams as she visited with evacuees on Friday at the St. John’s Church where she grew up singing.

A post shared by Beyoncé (@beyonce) on

While she’s must be used to being treated like royalty as a result of her status in the society, the Queen Bey didn’t hesitate to get her hands dirty in a bid to give back to the society.

Invariably giving Blue Ivy a lesson in humility, the mother of three had her eldest daughter help her staff at a feeding station, handing out meals of rice and beans to people in need.

A series of photos posted on her Instagram account shows the Grammy winner and her Beygood team working hard to help those who lost their homes in the devastating natural disaster. Beyonce served food, posed for photos with victims, hugged and talked to them to help ease off their pain.


A post shared by Beyoncé (@beyonce) on

She couldn’t hold the tears back as she listened to their stories, including from a family of 16 that fled to Houston after Hurricane Katrina only to run into Harvey.

Also See: Trevor Noah Bags His First Emmy: Winners At 2017 Creative Arts Awards

Beyoncé told them: “The things that really matter are your health and your children, and your family and your life.”

“I just wanna say I love you,” said the 36-year-old songstress in her words of encouragement to the victims.

She also handed out supplies – styrofoam boxes including baby diapers to those in need.

Not less than 70 people died in the hurricane that hit Texas at the end of August, dumping several feet of rain and causing very dangerous flooding.