Errr… Beyoncé’s mam has totally landed her IN it on social media


When it comes to parents of a certain age and social media of a certain type, we're just a little iffy.

While they may have Facebook figured out – and sign off each and every comment with 'Mary and the kids' – that doesn't mean they have the whole shebang nailed.

And when it comes to keeping certain things under wraps, they can't always be trusted as Queen Bey recently learned.

While the star has kept her Instagram updated with the best of them, fans were pretty certain the Halo singer had yet to make her way over to Snapchat… but it looks like they were wrong.

In a move which has 'classic Mam' written all over it, it looks like Tina Knowles has let the cat out of the bag, and revealed that her world-famous daughter has a secret Snapchat account.

Taking to Instagram yesterday, Tina shared a faceswap video of herself which she says Beyoncé sent her.

"My baby Beyonce sent me this," Tina wrote. "It's really cool! I have to learn how to do this."

"Her face and my face together. Her voice coming out of my mouth. Or maybe it's her mouth. Hell I don't know! No Snapchat, seriously!" she continued.

Leaping on Tina's comments, social media users wasted no time highlighting the leak in the momager's upload.

"Bey's gotta snapchat and she's hiding it from us!" wrote one while another added: "We need to find out Beyoncè's snapchat!"

Good one, Tina.

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