India Ross, a St. Louis teen, is making waves online after she totally SLAYED Beyoncé’s 2015 Met Gala look!
Queen B’s stunned the world in her sequined Givenchy “naked” dress paired with an epically high ponytail and now she’s inspired a young woman to recreate the look for her prom.
Ross, a high school senior from ‘the Lou’ totally nailed the look and she’s managed to take over the internet by going viral.
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Word on the curb is that Jay-Z is working on a response album to Beyonce’s ‘Lemonade’.
[READ: In Case You Missed It: Beyonce’s Lemonade + Breakdown of ‘Becky’ Drama… ]
Mr. Carter, who chilled backstage during his wife’s Atlanta concert with musical heavy weights like Diddy, Usher, T.I., Jermaine Dupri, Steve Stoute and Chaka Zulu, was also spotted in the studio a few weeks back.
[Sidebar: One can only imagine what ‘the fellas’ were chatting about backstage. Where they sharing tips? Throwing in a few creative ideas for Jay’s response tracks? But I digress…]
While the world anxiously awaits Jay-Z’s official answer to his wife’s scathing album, the folks at Funny or Die have conjured up the perfect response for Jay-Z to cheating revelations from Beyoncé’s Lemonade with “I Gave You Lemons”…
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It’s clear the the ‘BeyHive’ is obsessed with revealing the identity of “Becky with the good hair,” but apparently one ‘Becky’ is officially denying her involvement in Beyonce & Jay-Z’s marital strife.
As you know, designer Rachel Roy was first on the list to be dragged by Queen B’s fans as one of Jay-Z’s extramarital affairs mentioned in the Lemonade track “Sorry”.
[READ: In Case You Missed It: Beyonce’s ‘Lemonade’ Blasts Sidechicks + Rachel Roy Outs Herself as ‘Becky’… ]
Whether the track is autobiographical or not is up for debate, but that hasn’t stopped fans from trying to piece together who the lyric is referencing.
Well after receiving a royal dragging which included a rather hilarious wiki page edit, Rachel Roy has issued an official statement of denial.
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Beyonce dropped Lemonade a few days ago and the BeyHive went crazy trying to decipher the lyrics.
As the popular songstress crooned about loving a man so much that it hurts, we all felt her pain. Anyone who’s experienced betrayal from someone who promised them ‘forever’ can certainly attest to anxiety felt when that same person gives their love to another.
A true marriage/partnership carries an even deeper feeling level of attachment and ‘Queen B’ has once again gained a new respect from me for artfully taking us through the journey of love, betrayal, denial, resentment, anger, apathy and redemption.
[READ: In Case You Missed It: Beyonce’s ‘Lemonade’ + Breakdown of Rachel Roy/Becky Drama…]
While Designer Rachel Roy was first to claim the title of ‘Becky with the good hair,’ a lyric in Beyoncé’s new track “Sorry.” It seems there are more contenders coming forward.
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It’s been less than 2 days since Beyoncé
dropped her surprise visual album #Lemonade, but it’s already been dissected with a fine tooth comb by internet sleuths.
Of the myriad of talking points, perhaps the most intrigue has centered around the identity of “Becky with the good hair.”
Well… ‘Becky’ allegedly outed herself shortly after the airing of Beyoncè’s HBO special in an instagram post and when the Beyhive found out, it was LIGHTS OUT for designer, Rachel Roy!
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It’s no secret that Killer Mike
is one of my all-time favorites and now I’m so proud that he’s finally getting a chance to show the world just what is so remarkable about him.
Killer Mike (real name Mike Render) recently appeared on HBO’s ‘Real Time with Bill Maher’ where he eloquently defended Beyoncè’s controversial Super Bowl performance.
[READ: Beyonce Super Bowl Performance Honors Black History by Paying Homage to Black Panthers & Michael Jackson… (FULL VIDEO)]
Many ‘fragile’ right wingers like Fox network and New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani immediately took issue with the pop singer’s powerful declaration of black pride during the performance, which featured dancers in Black Panthers-style outfits.
Mike took the opportunity to explain to all of the ‘fragile’ White minds upset over Beyonce’s performance that it’s not always about them!
“White people, it’s not always about you,” the Run the Jewels MC said, pointing to the track’s early verses about being a proud black woman. “She’s talking to other black people … that conversation wasn’t even for you.”
Mike also emphasized how the history taught is not always accurate, explaning that The Black Panther organization wasn’t just comprised of and concerned with black people. “It was a socialist group for any downtrodden people.”
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