Beyonce ‘Disappointed and Angry’ After Unknowingly Wearing $30M Tiffany ‘Blood Diamond’ – as her mother Tina Knowles Hits Back at ‘Righteous Activists’ on Social Media in Defense of her Daughter

Striking: The singer, 39, modeled the famed 128.54 carat Tiffany Diamond, making her the fourth female to ever wear the gem, in a photoshoot alongside her husband Jay Z last week

Beyonce is said to be ‘disappointed and angry’ at unknowingly modeling a ‘blood diamond’ in her new Tiffany & Co. campaign after facing furious online backlash.

The singer, 39, wore the famed 128.54 carat Tiffany Diamond, in a photoshoot with her husband Jay Z, which debuted last week – becoming just the fourth female – and the first black woman – to ever wear the gem.

However the chart-topper and the luxury jewelry brand have come under furious fire over the decision to showcase the controversial diamond, with many social media users calling attention to its contentious history and the circumstances under which it was mined.

The diamond was discovered in a colonial mine in Kimberley, South Africa, in 1877 – at a time when the country, and its mines, were under British colonial rule – and when predominantly black migrant workers were subjected to horrific conditions while receiving paltry, and sometimes no, pay in return.

According to a source close to Beyonce, the singer was unaware of the diamond’s controversial history, and has been left outraged over the fact that she was not given more information about the gem’s background.

‘Beyonce is aware of the criticism and is disappointed and angry that she wasn’t made aware of questions about its history,’ an unnamed insider told The Sun.

‘She thought that every final detail had been vetted, but now she realizes that the diamond itself was overlooked.’

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SOURCE: Daily Mail, Rebecca Lawrence, George Stark, and Charlie Lankston

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