“A group of women once chased me and my friend to our car and began singing ‘Single Ladies,’ beating my friend’s car with the heels of their shoes until we rolled down the window and took a picture with them.”
Her good looks aren’t the only thing Williams shares with the mother of Blue Ivy, Sir and Rumi. She also sings, dances and writes.
Williams admits that her resemblance to Beyonce used to bother her, but she has learned to embrace her doppelganger status. The Detroit, Michigan, native is also learning to deal with the attention, which she admits can be overwhelming.
“I’m just a cool, stylish, smart, witty girl with vision, confidence and ambition. I’m still dreaming that God will allow my visions to come to fruition,” she confidently told the Daily Mail.
Beyonce, winner of Best Urban Contemporary Album for 'Lemonade' and Best Music Video for 'Formation,' poses in the press room during The 59th GRAMMY Awards at STAPLES Center on February 12, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)