Update: March 17, 2017
Remember when Beyoncé's mom proved she was everyone's mom on social media back in December, pressing the wrong buttons and "liking" questionable posts?
She's still at it. But she's backing herself this time, no matter how many times Bey tells her to step slowly away from the terrible puns.
"You know, Beyoncé was telling me the other day that I shouldn’t do corny jokes all the time," Lawson said in her newest video.
(These jokes, if you're wondering, include , "What do you call a fake noodle? An im-pasta!")
"I told her when you get my age, you gotta find your light. So if you find some good light, you’re supposed to take advantage of it.
"So yeah, I film quite a few in one spot so I could have them, but it’s okay. I’m 63. What can I say?"
Word. You do you, Tina.
Original post below:
Parents and social media continue to be a hilariously cringeworthy combination. Beyoncé and her family, despite their flawless-ness, are apparently not immune.
Beyoncé's mom, Tina Lawson, is taking a break from social media after a slip-up that is all too familiar to anyone with a parent on Facebook.
Despite Beyoncé and Solange's warnings that their mother might accidentally press something she shouldn't, Tina accidentally liked an unsavory comment about Beyoncé's former co-star, Jennifer Hudson.
While watching a video of her daughter performing a song from the film Dreamgirls alongside Hudson and Anika Noni Rose at the 2007 Oscars, Tina mistakenly liked a comment that read "Jhud sounds terrible."
Tina quickly responded to the slip-up on her own Instagram account after receiving quite a bit of backlash from fellow commenters.
The video she posted was of herself and a man commenting on a California sunset, with a long caption apologizing for her misstep.
"I am writing this commentary for Jennifer Hudson and not for the evil mean people that are making this into a social media ugly thing. I've known Jennifer Hudson for many years and have totally been in admiration of her talent and beauty and kindness I would never ever say anything negative about her or agree with anything negative!"
"I came across the video of her and Jennifer (which I totally enjoyed) and I was looking at them I didn't even look at the comments or what people were saying till just now. And I absolutely would not have touched a like or dislike on one of these sites."
The whole incident was clearly just a slip of the thumb—we can't say that we've never accidentally liked something we shouldn't have.
So, no worries, Tina. We forgive you.