Beyoncé is releasing her “I Was Here” video for World Humanitarian Day. BEST PERSON EVER.
It’s amazing that in between holding it down for her hubby, Jay-Z, and being the best mom ever to her darling Blue Ivy, Beyoncé also finds the time to be AN INCREDIBLE PERSON. Like, PERFECT HUMAN BEING STATUS, no exaggeration.
In conjunction with World Humanitarian Day, Beyoncé plans to release a video for her remarkable ballad, “I Was Here.” And she’s encouraging her fans to spread her message — and take actions to help others — at whd-iwashere.org.
The video, which will premiere Aug. 19, which is also World Humanitarian Day, was shot at the U.N.’s General Assembly Hall in front of a live audience. “We all see the headlines, and we think, what can I really do to help? World Humanitarian Day is an opportunity for all of us to work together to make a difference. This is our time to leave our mark on the world and show that we were here and we care.” Stunning words from a stunning woman. But would you expect anything less from a queen? No, no you wouldn’t.
+ Watch Beyonce’s inspiring “I Was Here” World Humanitarian Day 2012 campaign video.
Photo credit: Beyoncé’s website