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7 November 2012, 09:12 | Updated: 7 November 2012, 11:18
The 'Crazy In Love' star posted an image wearing a t-shirt that said "Texans for Obama" before Presidential victory.
Beyonce last night (6th November) joined Instagram and made her first official post a message of support to US President Barack Obama.
The 'Crazy In Love' singer can be seen posing wearing a pair of dark glasses and a snarling expression as she points to her t-shirt which features the message "Texans For Obama" on the front.
The Destiny's Child star has been a continued supporter of the American leader throughout his re-election campaign and was celebrating his victory over Republican candidate Mitt Romney after he was declared the winner of the election.
She posted a picture of Barack hugging wife Michelle with the message "four more years" before taking a swipe at Mitt.
She uploaded an image on her Tumblr account which read "Take That Mitches" as she continued her celebrations.
You can view the picture Beyonce posted on her Tumblr account below:
Shortly before voting took place yesterday, she also wrote an open letter to the President in which she spoke of his inspirational "heart" and "character".
She wrote a similar message to First Lady Michelle Obama earlier this year calling her the "ultimate" female role model.
The 'Love On Top' singer's husband was also a key member of Obama's re-election campaign after he performed at the final rally in Ohio this week and changed the lyrics of his song '99 Problems' to attack Mitt Romney.