Is Beyonce preparing to write a book of memoirs? Sounds like a good rumor. We’ve never known Bey to write so much and so openly, unless it was directly related to her music career.
In the latest installment of “Beyonce’s Open Letters”, B has written an open letter to one of her fans, Timmy Kelly, who was born blind and with cerebral palsy.
The singer first met Tim when he was 13 backstage at the Grammy Awards. It was there, where he left an everlasting affect on the singer as he sang her hit “Irreplaceable” that brought her to tears, and he has had a special place in her heart ever since.
After finding out that the now 18 year-old Timmy has graduated high school and has been accepted to college, Bey wrote an open letter congratulating him on his achievements.
In the letter, Beyonce writes:
THE FIRST TIME I MET TIMMY KELLY WAS IN 2007, BACKSTAGE AT THE GRAMMYS. HE WAS ONLY 13 AND HE TOUCHED MY HEART WITH HIS VOICE AND HIS LOVE OF MUSIC AND LIFE.
HE IS 18 NOW AND HE’S JUST GRADUATED HIGH SCHOOL – I’M SO PROUD OF HIM!
TIMMY WAS BORN BLIND, AND WITH CEREBRAL PALSY. BUT THIS NEVER SLOWED HIM DOWN – HE HAS PROVEN TO EVERYONE, THAT ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE IF YOU BELIEVE IN YOURSELF AND WORK HARD.
IN PHILADELPHIA, HE’S KNOWN AS THE GOOD LUCK CHARM TO THE EAGLES AND WHENEVER HE SINGS THE NATIONAL ANTHEM BEFORE A GAME THEY ALWAYS WIN.
HIS STRENGTH AND DETERMINATION IS AN INSPIRATION
TIMMY WAS JUST ACCEPTED TO THE TEMPLE UNIVERSITY’S BOYER COLLEGE OF MUSIC AND DANCE.