Although both reportedly have southern routes, and both are performers, as well as sharing a resemblance to one another.
She sings, dances, writes and I am gifted in the same ways; we’re both strong dominant women, fearless, and God fearing
Williams, from Detroit, Michigan said that she is often photographed in the street by excited strangers, thinking they have seen Beyoncé.
I get approached all the time; whether it be on planes, at the airport or while attending events.
I’ve also been chased, had pictures taken of me without my consent and pranks done without me knowing.
The chasing has become extreme to say the least, Williams admits…
A group of women once chased me and my friend to our car and began singing ‘Single Ladies’, beating my friend’s car with the heels of their shoes until we rolled down the window and took a picture with them.
She said that the comparison used to bother her, but she has grown accustomed to it now.
She had high praise indeed for her doppelganger.
We’re simply blessed to have a woman with such grace, humility, loyalty, talent and worth ethic to exist in our time.
She’s the example of what men should seek, and girls should become
How does she achieve that signature look?
Apparently without the coterie of stylists.
I’m a minimalist.
I’m very basic with makeup; which I tend to wear mostly on weekends, mainly to enhance features of my high cheekbones (I’m part Native American) and to pronounce my nose.
I also use setting powder to control my oily skin from time to time. Nothing is daily. I tend not to wear makeup as I don’t care for the regime for going to work.
Usually my hair is either parted in the middle, on the side, in a top not, or under a cap. However, I sometimes wear a weave for which the cost is equivalent to the price one would pay to maintain their hair bi-weekly.
‘I’m just a cool, stylish, smart, witty girl with a vision, confidence, and ambition. I’m still dreaming that God will allow my visions to come to fruition. He has blessed me so much.