Jada Pinkett Smith Has Something to Say to Beyonce’s Haters

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Photo Credit: @baddiebey Instagram

By: Amanda Anderson-Niles

We already told you that 2013 would be Beyonce’s year, and so far it appears that we got the prediction right. Beyonce is at least $50 million richer after inking a new deal with Pepsi, she had an epic performance at the Super Bowl halftime show, she bounced back after the whole lip sync scandal, not to mention that she’s set to drop her fifth studio album sometime this year. Despite all those accomplishments, Beyonce claims that her biggest achievement so far this year who have to be her HBO documentary “Life is But a Dream.” The documentary premiered on the network on Saturday, and for the most part, its been receiving glowing reviews.

According to most of the reviews, the video showed the most human side anyone has ever seen of Beyonce. In the documentary that Beyonce is said to have been the Executive Producer of; the singer opened up about her miscarriage, parting ways professionally with her father Mathew Knowles, her marriage to rapper Jay-Z, and we even got to see a glimpse of Blue Ivy finally after her birth in January 2012.

Beyonce also provided proof that she did in fact give birth despite rumors that she used a surrogate, and we got to see the singer being herself; and that included plenty of cursing and admitting she was nauseous and heading to the restroom to vomit thanks to morning sickness.

But despite how open Beyonce was in the documentary, as always, there were some people who weren’t happy with the video.

And Jada Pinkett Smith thinks that’s just because they’re haters. In a recent interview with Hip Hollywood, she sets them straight and tells them to get some business.

She says:

“Whoever wants to criticize, let them criticize but at the end of the day it’s all about are you ok when you look at yourself in the mirror, that’s what it’s about, and imma tell you what, Bey’s smiling.”


Check out the interview below:


  1. I love Jada! I think successful and happy people take up for each other. When someone is happy in their own life, they won’t feel the need to bash the next person.

  2. I don’t see how there was anything negative to say about the documentary. I loved it. I thought it was the realest I’ve ever seen Beyonce. But she must be doing something right if people are that obsessed with hating her. She’s resilient tho, and won’t let it run her away. I respect her for that.

  3. She said some real stuff. We all have opinions, but some people are so hateful with theirs. It’s like Beyonce personally pissed in their bowl of Cheerios. It’s unhealthy and pathetic as hell. But if you have to hate someone you don’t know personally that much, your life has to suck.

  4. Beyonce doesn’t have to worry about the hate she gets when her baby will see more of the world and live a better life than most of her haters will. Bitter people can’t do nothing but hate because they have nothing else going on for them. #Beyhive

  5. Beyonce’s success makes her haters feel small. They need to hate on her to make themselves feel bigger. I feel sorry for them more than anything else. Oh well. I got my tickets and I will finally get to see her perform live! WOOT!

  6. I saw her documentary and I like it. I’m no hard core Bey fan, but I was glad to see Beyonce the woman instead of Beyonce the entertainer. I think she did an excellent job of sharing some of her personal life with the world.

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