Beyoncé's Mom Clears Up Some Major Confusion About the Twins' Names

[SOUND] Coinage. Life, well spent. Presented by Geico. America is crazy in love with Beyonce. She's sold over 100 million records as a solo artists, and won 22 Grammys. She became the highest-paid black musician in history in 2014. Beyonc?? is our queen. 

But even queens have to pay taxes, let's be real. Beyonc??'s not handling her own tax return. Stars like Beyonc?? have contract with entertainment companies who handle their expenses and taxes. Each star's contract and what is covers is complex and unique. 

But let's pretend Queen B is prepping her own taxes. What can she write off as a performer that you can't? Part of Beyonce's job as a superstar is to look flawless. So she can write off all the expenses that go in to all her different hairstyles and makeup looks, even if she woke up like this. She can also write off any performance clothing she purchases. All the sparkly bodysuits Bey wants to wear on stage are tax-deductible. 

Any expenses she incurs while writing and recording her albums are also deductible. That means Bey can write off musical instruments, vocal coaches, and in-home recording studios. Beyonc??'s iconic dance moves don't come from thin air either. She can write off the bills bills bills related to choreographers, dance studios, and physical trainers to keep her bootylicious. 

Let's not forget her irreplaceable entourage either. Bee has a massive team of assistants, lawyers, bodyguards and publicists. And those salaries can be written off. Feels good to run the world. Coinage, life, well spent, presented by GEICO. [BLANK_AUDIO]

Beyoncé stunned the world on Friday when she unveiled a photo of her and Jay-Z’s 1-month-old twins.

“Sir Carter and Rumi 1 month today,” the singer captioned an artful image of herself cradling the newborns against a floral altar.

Friday = made.

This post marks the first time the Carters have directly addressed the birth of their twins and their respective names.

Although the photo garnered a largely positive public response (“Yaaaas, queen,” etc.), many followers were quick to voice their confusion over the twins’ names.

Syntax, Bey, syntax.

The Queen’s Insta-famous mom, Tina Knowles (aka Ms. Tina Lawson), was quick to clear up the confusion. She re-grammed her daughter’s photo and added the caption: “So Happy my baby shared a photo of her babies with the world. Proud grandma. Hello, Sir Carter and Rumi Carter. Boy and girl what a blessing.”

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