Say what? Is Netflix broadcasting a Beyoncé doccie next week?

Say what? Is Netflix broadcasting a Beyoncé doccie next week?

Yesterday, Netflix teased fans about something which looked like a Beyoncé doccie on social media. Although there has been no confirmation from them, fans have already made up their minds.

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The news has really shaken the Beyhive. According to TshisaLive, Netflix teased viewers with a possible Beyoncé special on her 2018 Coachella performance.

Yesterday Netflix US posted a yellow background with the word 'Homecoming' written in Greek-style font, which was part of Beyoncé's theme during one of her performances at the California music festival last year.

There have been rumours about the documentary for a while now, which also promised to include never-before-seen footage. Take a look at the tweet below.

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Viewers and fans across Mzansi couldn't believe their eyes and immediately took to Twitter to retweet the post and share the news, offering their two cents' worth too.

Here are some of the reactions from tweeps:

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Meanwhile, two months ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Blue Ivy is a carbon copy of her mom, Beyoncé. Although it’s not uncommon for a daughter to have a striking resemblance to her mom, Blue Ivy is practically a clone. The Hive freaked out when their queen shared a snap comparing Blue Ivy to her at the same age.

Beyoncé rarely puts up any personal posts on social media, but she switched up two months ago when she took to Instagram to share a picture of her daughter with an actual caption. It was only a few sentences about how her baby has grown.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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