EXCLUSIVE: Beyoncé is doomed to repeat history of her mom, who was left heartbroken by her cheating husband Mathew Knowles, warns manager who helped launch her Destiny's Child career
The state of her marriage to Jay Z has been under scrutiny again following her explosive lyrics about a cheating partner in new album Lemonade
Moore shares never-before-seen photos of the performer with Destiny’s Child on the day the band signed their contract with Sony Columbia
The snaps were taken in December, 1995, at Beyoncé's mother Tina’s hairdressing salon, Headliners, in Houston, Texas
'We gave them apple juice in champagne flutes to toast their success. They were 14 or 15 so far too young to drink,' he says
It is the strongest hint yet that she and husband of eight years Jay Z suffered a marital crisis / have overcome a rough patch.
Beyoncé's controversial new visual album Lemonade, which aired on HBO last Saturday, is littered with references to infidelity and betrayal and many believe it was Queen Bey's way of lashing out at Jay Z for cheating.
Now the singer's former manager has spoken out about his fears for the superstar's high profile marriage and claims she is 'reliving' the heartache of her own mother.
Beyoncé's mom Tina Knowles was left heartbroken after husband Mathew cheated on her before their broken marriage finally ended in divorce.
And Brian 'Kenny' Moore, who managed the star in the early 1990s when she was a teen singer in the group Girl's Tyme which eventually became Destiny’s Child, believes Beyoncé is simply retracing history.
He fears her marriage is doomed - held together not by romance but the music business.
Speaking from Houston, Texas, Brian told Daily Mail Online: 'That’s how it appears to be. Beyonce’s re-living her mother’s position.
'Her father’s cheating is well known and just because you’re Beyoncé it doesn’t mean the cycle will change.
'Most girls marry guys exactly like their fathers. If you have an a**hole father, the daughter will usually marry an a**hole guy.
'Beyoncé saw the infidelity her mother put up with and it was hard on her. But Beyoncé, being in the same position, I’m damn sure she wouldn’t get a divorce.
'Some in their camp told me Jay Z isn’t cheating but if he has, it would be the second coming of the father and nobody needs that.'
Moore spoke out and released these never-before-seen photos of the iconic performer with Destiny’s Child on the day the band signed their contract with Sony Columbia records.
The photographs - obtained exclusively by Daily Mail Online - were taken in December 1995 at Beyoncé's mother Tina’s hairdressing salon, Headliners, in Houston, Texas.
It was the first time the band performed for an audience as Destiny’s Child, after changing their name from Girl's Tyme.
Beyoncé is pictured with her mother, bandmate Letoya Luckett and her mom Pam, Latavia Roberson and her mom, Cheryl, and Kelly Rowland and her mom, Doris.
It was a picture of happiness but behind the scenes Beyoncé's parent's marriage was far from perfect.
Her father Mathew was accused of being unfaithful even in the early years of his marriage to Tina.
They went on to have two more children before finally divorcing in 2011.
Moore is hoping history doesn't repeat itself.
Beyoncé's new video album includes songs with the words: 'My daddy warned me about men like you / Cause every promise, don't work out that way / Nothing seems to hurt like the smile on your face.'
She also belted out the lyrics: 'Baptize me. Now that reconciliation is possible, if we’re gonna heal, let it be glorious.'
The video showed the singer alone at a piano, but included flashback sections showing her and Jay Z in bed together, giggling and happy on their wedding day in April, 2008.
Other clips showed the pair getting matching 'IV' tattoos and enjoying family time with daughter Blue Ivy, putting any worries of an impending divorce to rest.
And at one point, the star asks, 'Are you cheating on me?' before stating she is 'jealous and crazy'.
The extremely personal lyrics about being hurt by someone you love have left the star's fans with plenty of questions for Jay Z.
The couple's marriage was rocked last year when shocking CCTV footage emerged of the rapper being attacked by Beyoncé's sister, Solange, in a New York City elevator.
After the incident there was speculation Solange lashed out because Jay-Z had been unfaithful to his wife and mother of their daughter, Ivy Blue, three.
There is no evidence Jay-Z has cheated on his wife, but Moore said Solange’s reaction was typical of a Southern woman scorned.
'Solange will whup your a**,' he said. 'Oh yeah, it looked like it was over a woman.
'They are Southern girls and when they pop off, they let you know. Jay-Z was so completely taken aback he wasn’t ready for what happened.
'Solange goes off on him and Beyoncé is just standing and like ‘shrugs’. I’m like, "damn B, that’s cold. You’re gonna let her kick his a**?''
Moore says Beyoncé is still reminiscent of the shy and insecure teenager he once knew, insecure and petrified of any kind of failure.
'Beyoncé is very shy and has always had someone to protect her,' he says. 'My biggest fear is how she would handle failure or a backlash from people.
'She may say she doesn’t care about people talking but really deep down inside she does, a great deal.
'She says things to try and deflect it, but I can tell she gets affected. She’s a sensitive person.'
Beyonce's story is one of a good Christian upbringing, a singing talent carefully nurtured from an early age and the hard work her parents put in to make her into the person she is today.
Moore remembers the early days fondly.
He recalls the party in Tina's hair salon in 1995 on the day Destiny's Child signed their contract with Sony Columbia records.
'It was a great day,' he said. 'It had taken five years of toil to get to that stage.
'The band had started out being called Girl's Tyme but they had changed to Destiny’s Child to get signed.
'This occasion was the first time they had performed for an audience as Destiny’s Child. It was the day we knew it was all going to work out, hat the band would make it, they’d record their first album and go on to great things.
'And eventually, inevitably, Beyoncé would go on to be a solo superstar.
'All the girls knew it was gong to happen, that it was gong to pan out just as we said it would. They were incredibly excited.
'Each one of them made a short speech thanking the managers and all the people who had helped them get that far.
'They thanked their moms, too, of course.
'We gave them apple juice in champagne flutes to toast their success.
'They were 14 or 15 so far too young to drink.
'There were lots of people at the party who had been associated with the group over the years.
'It was a real celebration, there was no bitterness between anyone back then. Everyone was just so happy to have gotten that far.'
The girls also performed a handful of songs that would go on to make their first album, simply called Destiny’s Child.
'The girls performed the song 'No No No' on the night which went on to be a hit,' Moore recalls.
'They used to rehearse at Tina’s salon all the time so they put on a good show.
'What made the night special was that Andretta Tillman [the group’s original manager], who had done so much for the band, was so happy. She was feeling ill on the night but she had the biggest smile.
'Ann had really invested everything in the girls and so much of their success was down to her.
'Sadly she died of lupus but it’s good to remember how joyous she was that night.'
After Andretta passed, Beyoncé's father Mathew took over.
In his version of the story, Mathew says he quit his job at medical imaging company Picker International and toiled for years to make his daughter’s dream happen, single-handedly catapulting her to stardom with Destiny’s Child.
According to Moore, Matthew's version of events is 'fairy tale' and 'greatly sugar-coated' to play down the role of others in the making of the band.
Moore tells how Mathew pushed out Andretta, who lost her battle to lupus in 1997.
'Mathew wanted to be known and seen by everybody. But frequently nobody could get hold of him.'
A new book by celebrity biographer J. Randy Taraborelli, Becoming Beyoncé: The Untold Story, claims Mathew’s affairs with other women started soon after he married Tina, and Moore says the mogul’s questionable behavior didn’t take long to surface when they started working together.
While Mathew’s indiscretions continued, his marriage deteriorated and he moved out.
His daughters and Tina moved into a small apartment and it was Andretta who helped them out, supplying food and helping to pay the bills when they were in need.
Andretta was the main financial backer for Girl's Tyme, using money she had been awarded after a car accident had killed her husband, Dwight, and young daughter, Shawna.
The two families had become very close by this point and Andretta and her sons, Armon and Chris, regularly went to Tina’s house to eat and play.
However, Andretta’s condition was worsening but Mathew still piled on the pressure.
By 1997 Andretta was in the hospital on her deathbed, when the Beyoncé's parents made their most shocking move – getting her to sign Destiny's Child over to Mathew.
In his own book, The Andretta Tillman Story, Moore recounts an episode where at the memorial service for Andretta, Mathew demanded the master tapes for the Destiny’s Child debut album before walking out, enraging Moore to the point where he wanted to physically hurt him.
Shortly afterward Moore walked away from the group completely.
Andrea's son's Armon and Chris felt that after all their mother had put into the group they would be taken in and looked after by the Knowles family, but instead they found themselves out in the cold. They barely even heard from the family again.
Armon tells Daily Mail Online: 'When my mother passed they [the Knowles’] were gone, there was no communication, it was almost like we didn’t exist from then.
'Mathew totally eliminated Andretta, swept her under the rug and laid it down real nice on top of her.'