Tina Knowles is calling out critics who bashed her daughter, Beyoncé, for recently wearing an extravagant Tiffany Diamond necklace for the jewelry company's new campaign, according to Page Six. The diamond is believed to have come from the colonial Kimberley Mines of South Africa in 1877 and has been nicknamed a "blood diamond."

"When you guys get engaged you won’t have a diamond you gonna put on a sterling silver band And you better check out where it came from and the origin of where came from and why you add it check out the calls for the Leather that you weird because they made it came from another country to to ban and not buy diamonds right because your righteous [sic]!!” Knowles wrote in response to a post from theGrio which highlighted one of the critics.