At the end of January 2010, Beyoncé broke a world record: she became the singer to win most "Grammy" awards at once. It comes as no surprise that the fans and the media call her a goddess. The source of this "title" is still unknown, but it has stuck so well that it has come to be regarded as normal. What's with the diva phenomenon though? That's what we're trying to figure out at zoomboola.com.
The same as everybody elseOrdinary women can easily identify themselves with Beyoncé. She manages to juggle her music career and motherhood. Despite the tight schedule, the singer is raising three kids with her husband, Jay-Z - Blue Ivy, Rumi and Sir Carter.
By the way, one of her pregnancy photos on Instagram, was included in the list of most popular posts with the most number of likes: now it's got 11 million likes and counting.
The right to be yourselfShe's been an avid supporter of the bodypositivity movement. Beyoncé mentioned that she doesn't like girls who look like they spend day and night at the gym. According the singer, natural curves look way more appealing.
Helping those in needMoreover, the queen of pop music is a philanthropist too - she regularly donates money to charity. In 2014, she donated $7 million USD dollars to the construction of houses for people in need in her hometown - Houston, USA. And that's one of the many donations.
Overcoming hardshipAn experience that has left a mark was the fact that Beyoncé's husband cheated on her, something he confessed to himself in an interview. All of the above make her one of them among ordinary women.
She's truly unique, but she's not the only one - Rihanna, Adele, Madonna could easily compete with her in terms of popularity.Even though everybody thinks she's a goddess, she urges people not to do that. In her song "Don't Hurt Yourself" there's a line which says "God is God. I am not".