Beyoncé sends flowers to two-year-old Filipino boy Tyler

Beyoncé sends flowers to two-year-old Filipino boy Tyler | Images: Instagram/@beyonce, @beafabregas

Beyoncé sends flowers to 2-year-old Filipino boy Tyler | Images: Instagram/@beyonce, @beafabregas

Beyoncé brought warmth to the internet after she sent flowers, a toy, and a sweet note to sports broadcasters Bea Fabregas and Nikko Ramos’ two-year-old son, Tyler, who went viral for his video asking where the American singer is as he wants to meet her because they’re “friends.”

Fabregas posted Tyler’s adorable video on TikTok, which now has 12 million views. It immediately made the rounds online and reached Beyoncé’s publicist, who sent a message to the sportscaster saying that the “Halo” singer watched her son’s video.

“For the record [Beyonce] and Tyler are now actually, officially friends! Through the power of Queen B’s internet (millions of views and likes, it’s crazy!) she saw the video and sent over some of her favorite blue flowers, a new animal best friend for Tyler and the sweetest message that our family will now always treasure. In her note (which she started out with “To my friend Tyler” ) she said, ‘I see your halo, Tyler.’” she wrote on her Instagram post. 

Fabregas said that it’s “mindblowing” that her son’s video reached the “Love on Top” singer despite the amount of mentions she receives everyday, and went on to thank the people who shared, commented, and liked Tyler’s video allowing for this cute moment between her son and the former Destiny’s Child member happened.

“Tyler may be too young to remember all this, but I’ll always remind him to dream big and shoot for the stars!! BEYONCE SENT MY BABY FLOWERS!!!!” she concluded.

Fabregas and Ramos got engaged during the 2020 pandemic, then welcomed their son, Tyler, the following year.

Meanwhile, Beyoncé recently released her eighth studio album, “Cowboy Carter.” Upon its release, the 27-track country album broke records after becoming Spotify’s most-streamed album in a single day in 2024 at the time. It also earned the title of most-first-day streams of a country album by a female artist on Amazon Music.

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