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Beyoncé Spills Her 'Humble' Secret to Hiding In Plain Sight While Out In Public




Even though Beyoncé is one of the biggest stars on the planet, many have been curious as to if she does normal things outside of performing in front of millions of people, winning a truckload of awards, being a wife to Jay Z, and raising dem babies.


In a new interview with CR Fashion Book, she disclosed a simple tactic she employs for seeking privacy in public spaces like Target: a humble black hoodie.


“When I’m not dressed for an appearance and I’m training or hustling, my go-to outfit is a black hoodie and black sweatpants,” she told the outlet.


“I enjoy consciously wearing the same black hoodie. On a good day, I can sneak into Target unnoticed,” she added.


Check out her thoughts via the outlet’s Instagram post below.




Bey also shed light on the inspiration behind her newest business endeavor, a hair care line named CÉCRED.


“It has always been a dream of mine to create top-of-the-line, luxury products. I wanted to combine the best scientific advancements with true rituals from different heritages,” she said.

“It was important to me to find a team of diverse women from different backgrounds who were masterfully the best in their fields to build Cécred with me.”


In music news, Queen Bey has been dominating the charts thanks to the release of her country single “Texas Hold ‘Em.”


In late February, the track topped Billboard’s Global 200, marking her first-ever No. 1 on the chart.


The tally, launched in September 2020, ranks songs based on global streaming and sales. After debuting at No. 4 last week, “Texas Hold ‘Em” rose three spots in its second week with 59.6 million streams and 43,000 sales, per Billboard.


The news followed Bey’s historic achievement as the first Black woman to reach No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart with the same track.


The publication revealed last week that both the aforementioned track and her other new single “16 Carriages” made for her first two entries on the chart, with the latter debuting at No. 9.






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