One of Beyoncé’s backup dancers predicted he would perform with the Queen exactly two years ago
Two years ago, on Aug. 30, 2016, Jamal Moore sent a dream out in the Twitter-verse for all to read. And it came true this weekend.
His original tweet was pretty simple: “I’m going to work for Beyoncé one day.”
And last weekend, during the historical moment that was Beychella, Moore got to live out this tweet. He was one of the many dancers that celebrated black college and university alive alongside the first black woman to headline the festival.
After the performance, he posted a photo of himself in the yellow uniform that the dancers and band members donned for the show. “Let me tell you how INCREDIBLE my God is,” he tweeted before realizing that he had predicted his own presence at Coachella 2018.
Moore later realized that he had manifested his appearance, and thankfully had the receipts to prove that he had fulfilled some serious goals in just a short two years.
“I completely forgot that I spoke this into the atmosphere almost two years ago,” he tweeted, sharing screenshots of his tweet from 2016.
Everyone immediately recognized the powerful implications of speaking your dreams into existence and tweeted their support for Moore, even adding their own dreams for the future to ride his good luck and hard work.
Omg I met you when you were touring with The Backstreet Boys, what an upgrade that’s so amazing
— Laura (@LauraLrnt) April 16, 2018
Moore wasn’t the only one who had fulfilled a dream during Beychella. Another dancer who goes by the name Bad Gyal Shellee shared an old photograph of her as a child hugging a young Beyoncé. “Now I’m dancing with her doing choreography I use to do in my living room as a kid,” she wrote on Instagram.
Tweet your dreams, kids. They just might come true.