Beyoncé’s Mom Hints at the Inspiration Behind One of the Twins’ Names
While Beyoncé blessed us with a beautiful first look at her one-month-old twins, Sir and Rumi last Friday morning, it was her mother, Ms. Tina Lawson, who kindly provided the Internet with some extra information about the brand-new babies’ gender. Now, it looks like Ms. Tina has some new insights to share about the most famous twins in the world — this time, about the name of baby girl Rumi.
In an Instagram posted on Sunday, Ms. Tina published a picture of poetry by 13th century Persian poet Rumi, along with a caption that sagely explained that the poetry was “not only beautiful but logical.” Longtime members of Beyoncé’s fan base the BeyHive will remember that Beyoncé is a fan of poetry — so much so that she used poet Warsan Shire’s poetry as an integral part of her Lemonade album, which means there’s a pretty good chance that little Rumi’s name may have been inspired the poet.
See Ms. Tina’s Instagram post below.
This is poetry by the 13 th century poet "Rumi" it’s not only beautiful but logical ❤️ love number three ❤️Sometimes we are the reason we can’t find love!! We have to work on ourselves first to be whole❤️
A post shared by Tina Knowles (@mstinalawson) on Jul 15, 2017 at 2:15pm PDT
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July 17, 2017 at 04:04PM