Beyoncé gifts new Ivy Park items to brain cancer patient
“Thank you so much for taking the time out to notice me,” the young fan wrote.
Beyoncé gifted one of her very special fans some pieces from her newest Ivy Park x Adidas collaboration.
Lyric Chanel is a young girl who is currently battling brain cancer. She is documenting her journey through her social media by sharing pictures and videos as she goes through chemotherapy treatments and surgeries. She also talks about her love for the “Drunk In Love” singer and recently shared a video of the new swag Queen Bey sent her.
“Thank you so much @beyonce this couldn’t have come at a better time,” she captioned the post. “[I] just got back from the getting Chemo and look at the surprise that was waiting. I love you so much. You are my Yoncé. #ivypark #ivyparkxadidas.”
In the video, Lyric opened the huge box which contained clothes, shoes, accessories and more from the second Ivy Park drop — as the singer’s JAY-Z and DJ Khaled-assisted collaboration track, “Shining,” played in the background.
“I love you Beyoncé,” she said at the end of the clip.
She also uploaded more videos of herself in the clothes that the Houston native sent. To top it off, Lyric had Beyoncé-inspired nails. “Thank you so much for taking the time out to notice me,” she wrote. “I appreciate everything [you’ve] taken time out to do for me. I love you so much and can’t wait to meet you.”
According to her GoFundMe account, Lyric’s brain tumor has been deemed inoperable because of where it is located. Doctors were only able to get half of the tumor out during her last surgery and she will have to continue radiation and chemo.
The family found a doctor that said he could remove any tumor, no matter where it’s located. They are currently raising money to help with the medical expenses for the operation. If you would like to donate to Lyric’s GoFundMe, click here.
Check out her video below.
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