Beyoncé has been giving Black country artists their flowers, literally and figuratively, since the release of Cowboy Carter, and the latest to receive hers is K. Michelle.

In the former Love & Hip Hop star’s case, though, she received a lovely white bouquet from the ex-Destiny’s Child singer on Friday (March 29). K. Michelle, who publicly pivoted to country last year with her track “Country Love Song,” revealed that Queen Bey sent her a note that read, “You’re killing it! I know what you’ve been doing and I know it’s not easy to enter a new space. Sending you positivity and respect. I hope to meet you one day.”

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“Beyonceeeeeeeeeeeee! WOW! This is soooo nice. One of the nicest things EVER, I’m in tears,” she wrote in the post. “Thank you for giving me my flowers, they are so beautiful. I’m so nervous about FINALLY getting to put out my first country album, and this just fueled the fire I’m so motivated. Congratulations on another ICONIC ALBUM AND ERA. Look forward to seeing you soon. Do your thing Cowboy Carter @beyonce YOU ROCK. So much love and support 4u.”

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K. Michelle isn’t the only entertainer to recently get a thank-you note from Queen Bey.

Earlier this week, Beyoncé took a moment out of her busy schedule as she prepared for her new album to send friend and collaborator Nicki Minaj a handwritten note.

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Taking to social media to share the note on Wednesday (March 27), Minaj expressed her excitement that her new Pink Friday Nails line was appreciated by Bey, who also congratulated the Queens rapper on the success of her current tour.

“Onika, I just received your nail collection and I love them,” Bey wrote. “Thank you so much for thinking of me and congratulations on your launch and the tour. Love, Beyoncé.”

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When sharing the note to Twitter/X, Minaj added, “Barbz, #PinkFridayNails are Queen approved. Thank you Beyoncé. Love you.”

Nicki Minaj and Beyoncé collaborated on 2014’s “Feeling Myself” off of the former’s Pinkprint album, as well as Bey’s “Flawless (Remix)” that same year.

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In a convo with her Barbz on Twitter in 2022, Minaj noted that she manifested her relationship with the R&B queen years before they ever linked up.

The “Anaconda” rapper tweeted that when she had penned her 2010 track “Girls Fall Like Dominoes” where she raps, “I’m out in Paris, muthafucka, with Beyoncé,” she hadn’t even met Bey yet.

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“When I wrote GFLD i didn’t have anything but an imagination & said ‘I’m out in Paris mthafka w|Beyonce,’” Nicki wrote. “Had never met her/spoken to her. No way I’d ever work w|her. Wrapping up my 3rd album #ThePinkprint she invited me to perform w|her for the very 1st time. In Paris.”