By Jesse Byrnes
Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonTrump: 'I’m just flabbergasted’ by Clinton-Lynch meet AFL-CIO head: Trump’s ‘a fraud’ Sanders skirts Biden's claim that he'll endorse Clinton MORE has the support of Beyoncé, and her camp is showing it off.
Playing off of fans' nickname for the singer, Clinton's campaign tweeted Friday:
Beyoncé and others, such as Sharon Osbourne and Meghan Trainor, attended a fundraiser co-hosted in Manhattan by L.A. Reid, the chairman and CEO of Sony Music Entertainment's Epic Records this week.
It was one of a trio of $2,700-per-attendee fundraisers in which Clinton was expected to rake in more than $1 million, according to Bloomberg, and amid her push for money among celebrities.
Beyoncé and husband Jay Z hosted fundraisers for President Obama's reelection campaign in 2012, and the female pop star powerhouse appeared at events for both of Obama's inaugurations.
At least one Beyoncé fan has urged the mega singer to team up with Clinton in 2016.