Tina Knowles-Lawson might have two superstar daughters, but she's not the source of their dance moves.
In a short video posted to Instagram on Friday morning, the mom of Beyoncé and Solange Knowles tried dancing along to the remix of Megan Thee Stallion's "Savage," to which Beyoncé contributed a rap verse. A viral TikTok meme has challenged users to do a specific dance routine with the song, which Knowles-Lawson tried ... but didn't quite pull off.
Despite getting a shoutout in the song lyrics for being "a savage," Knowles-Lawson admitted that dance moves weren't her strong suit.
"Haaaa!!! Yeah i know they didn’t get their dance moves from me !!" she wrote in the video's caption, which was full of emojis. "They got em from their daddy! its okay i still like to dance!!!!! And i got two new knees."
And while her dancing may not be savage, fans and followers couldn't help but comment on the 66-year-old's youthful glow.
"Miss Tina you just wanted to get on here and stunt on these other chicks your age," one person wrote. "That body-ody is snatched."
Another added, "Omg! Ms.Tina don’t age! You look gorgeous!"
"Ey ey, Miss Tina out here looking younger than Beyonce," another fan wrote.
Knowles-Lawson has been plenty active on social media during the coronavirus lockdown period, but she's not the only member of the family making waves. Beyoncé's daughter Blue Ivy has been known to crash her videos from time to time.
On Mother's Day weekend, Knowles-Lawson sat down with former Destiny's Child member Kelly Rowland to wish moms everywhere a happy Mother's Day.
"Happy Mother's Day to all of the beautiful mothers out there," Knowles-Lawson said.
Then joins a third voice, supposedly Blue Ivy, though Knowles-Lawson didn't confirm if it was her granddaughter speaking.
"And don't forget all the beautiful daughters out there, which I am one of," Blue Ivy added.
The Knowles family is having an impact on more than just Instagram.
Knowles-Lawson founded a campaign called #IDIDMYPART and partnered it with Beyoncé's BeyGOOD initiative to offer free testing to the residents of Houston.
According to a press release for the event which took place earlier in May, the mother-daughter duo wanted to make sure that African American communities, which are being disproportionally affected by COVID-19, have access to testing. Those who came to get tested were given grocery gift cards for H-E-B Grocery Company and a voucher for a hot meal from a few local restaurants.
Knowles-Lawson said of the initiative, "The virus is wreaking havoc on the Black community so we need a movement to prioritize our health."