There’s No Way It Only Costs $300 to Become Beyoncé

Beyoncé: priceless.
Beyoncé: priceless.

Beyoncé officially fired her dad, Mathew Knowles, from her team back in 2011, but that hasn’t stopped him from cashing in on the Beyoncé brand. His latest hustle is a workshop in Houston that promises to teach aspiring performers to become Beyoncé.

The one-day event will feature a panel of artists, vocal coaches, and record-label execs who will help teach attendees “what Knowles says it took him 20 years and thousands of dollars to learn firsthand.” At the end, they’ll receive a Certificate of Completion and a “Knowles reference booklet of industry definitions, contacts and additional useful information,” which sounds very official.

Tickets to “The Entertainment Industry: How Do I Get In?” range from $99 to $299, which seems like a small price to pay to become the world’s most beloved entertainer. Of course, the only person who can really teach you how to become Beyoncé is Queen B herself.

There’s No Way It Only Costs $300 to Be Beyoncé