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Fake Friends! Ex Destiny's Child Vocal Coach Slams Beyonce & Letoya's Reunion

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Beyonce appeared happy to reunite with former Destiny’s Child singer LeToya Luckett on Wednesday – but her ex vocal coach claimed the get-together was nothing but fake!

David Lee Brewer, who prides himself as Queen Bey’s first-ever vocal coach, wrote a scathing comment on Luckett’s Instagram claiming that Beyonce never really liked her.

“But mama I don’t wanna take a picture with that tone deaf b***h,” Brewer wrote in the comment, pretending to put words in Beyonce’s mouth.

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Luckett’s Instagram photo shows Beyone resting her head on her former friend and rubbing Luckett’s pregnant belly. She captioned the photo, “Love.”

The photo was snapped after Luckett attended Beyonce and Jay Z’s On The Run II tour. The former Destiny’s Child member posted a series of snaps praising Bey and Jay while they were onstage.

But according to Brewer, the former group members were never friends. Brewer wrote an entire book about Beyonce’s upbringing and the formation of Destiny’s Child titled Beyonce: Raising Genius. In the book, Brewer he repeatedly claimed Beyonce, and her parents, Mathew and Tina Knowles would strategize how to kick other girls, including Luckett, out of the group.

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In his nasty Instagram comment, Brewer claimed Tina also was not a fan, claiming that she would have told Beyonce to give pregnant Luckett “some of Blue Ivy’s old s**t.”

Luckett was one of the original members of the Destiny's Child crew, along with Beyonce, Kelly Rowland and LaTivia Roberson. Luckett and Roberson reportedly exited the group in 2000 after an alleged feud with Mathew Knowles.

As reported, Brewer also shockingly claimed Tina called the “Lemonade” singer fat when she was a child.

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