Solange adds to the discourse surrounding Bill Murray amid ‘Being Mortal’ scandal
In the wake of reports that Bill Murray — the director of the upcoming “Being John Malkovich” — is suffering from severe dementia, hip and knee replacements and heart disease, singer Beyoncé opened up about the issue in an emotional video released Monday.
Beyoncé, 37, said ”It’s no secret that the film has had its challenges.”
“But I love it. That’s all that matters. And I hope you all will be with me from the day it opens until the day it closes.”
Beyoncé called her husband, Blue Ivy Carter, the “love of my life,” and she thanked him in the video.
“He’s the love of my life. He’s the love of my life,” she explained. “I thank him for giving me strength and always putting his heart and soul into everything that he does.”
“Being John Malkovich” has been shrouded in controversy since it was first announced that Murray, a beloved actor and filmmaker, would play a fictionalized version of himself in the upcoming film.
On New Year’s Eve, Murray’s publicist said he is in “great health.” On Jan. 6, Murray posted a message to his official Facebook page to say, “My doctors say I got a bum ticker, but I’m going to keep working like I always do. That is my New Year’s resolution.
“I have a great new year ahead, and I’m going to keep making and filming for the people.”
On Monday, Blue Ivy Carter posted a message to Instagram to explain that her husband is in the process of undergoing hip replacement surgery and that the physical therapy she is going through with him isn’t helping.
“My husband is undergoing a hip surgery that will be surgery. I’m dealing with this too. My