People Can't Stop Relating To This Mom's Response To Beyoncé's Coachella Set
“Last night she texted me: ‘how am I supposed to fall asleep knowing I have so many friends all over the world?’”
This is Natalie Parker, a 20-year-old sophomore at NYU in New York City. She's originally from Orange County, California.
And this is Natalie with her mom, Kristine.
Natalie's mom is a big music fan but has been a fan of Beyoncé since Natalie made her watch the Lemonade video album. "She's a big music fan in general and follows a few of her favorite artists pretty religiously," Natalie told BuzzFeed News.
So when Beyoncé performed at Coachella on Saturday night, becoming the first black woman to headline the Californian music festival, Natalie's mother was very excited.
Kristine sat up watching the Beyoncé set on YouTube and bombarded her daughter with frantic text messages about Beyoncé's outfits, music, possible wardrobe malfunctions, empowering messages, and more. "I was laughing so much as I texted her my play-by-play," Kristine told BuzzFeed News, "knowing full well she was sleeping and thinking she was going to wake up to a million texts from her kooky mom because I needed to talk to someone."
Here are some of my favourite quotes:
"OMG her emotion overwhelms me."
"She has a lot of naughty moves that make me uncomfortable lol."
"I didn't know how to feel because I was so overwhelmed the WHOLE time."
"Although she is very provocative, as you saw in some of the texts I sent you saying I was uncomfortable or confused, I acknowledge I am an old hag."
"I kept thinking YouTube was going to shut off my feed and make me pay."
"I mean, how is she even capable of this?"
But also here's absolutely everything Natalie's mother wrote: