A grateful Beyonce thanks all involved in the On the Run II tour

Bey showed her gratitude on Instagram to everyone who was a part of her smash tour, including hubby Jay-Z to whom she said she'd be his "hype man any day"

OTR II: Atlanta (Courtesy of Beyonce.com)


In a series of Tuesday night posts on Instagram, Beyonce thanked hubby Jay-Z and everyone involved with the “On The Run II” tour as the epic music spree drew to a close.

“Thank you to all the brilliant scholarship winners,” Mrs. Carter wrote to the high schoolers in each of the OTR2 tour cities who won scholarships from the couple. “Continue to dream, work hard, and grind until you own your dream. You make us proud,” she posted.

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Her second post expressed gratitude to all the supporters of the tour.

“Thank you to all of our loved ones who came out to support OTR2,” she wrote. “And a huge thank you to the hardest working crew in show business. We couldn’t have done this without each of you beautiful human beings.”

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In the final entry in a trio of posts, Beyonce thanked her husband, Jay-Z.

“To Shawn Carter, my Clyde, my best friend: this journey on OTR2 has been a highlight of my life,” she wrote. “Thank you for every moment. I’ll be your hype man any day!”

In the same post, she also thanked her fans, the “Beyhive,” the loyal following that chases her from concert to concert and across social media.

“To the Hive and all the fans who supported OTR2, heers to you and I. Salud!” Beyonce wrote.

OTR2 called it a wrap at CenturyLink Field in Seattle last week. The tour was a sequel to 2014 tour, Magna Carta Holy Grail.

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The power couple announced their scholarship program in August. The effort, in collaboration with the Boys and Girls Clubs of America, awarded scholarships of $100,000 each to high school seniors with “exceptional” school performance records who could demonstrate financial need.

The Boys and Girls Clubs of America chose the winners, who hail from each of the 11 cities that the tour visited.