While you were watching the debates, Beyoncè was onstage performing during the Atlanta return of her Formation world tour last night.
Atlanta artists Young Thug, T.I., Jermaine Dupri, Ludacris, Jeezy, Gucci Mane and more were all spotted backstage with DJ Khaled during the sold out show, and Queen B. won the hearts of even her most critical Atlanta fans when she added a segment to her show paying homage to Shawty Lo (aka Carlos Walker), who passed away September 21 following a car accident.
Beyoncé paused for the cause during her set to honor Shawty Lo as she performed to his hit single, “Dey Know.”
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NEWSFLASH! Beyoncé took a stand against police violence today.
In a post via her website, ‘Queen B’ asked that her fans reach out to their local legislators and voice protest for the deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile.
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It is up to us to take a stand and demand that they stop killing us!
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Queen Bee was a surprise opening act for the 2016 BET Awards.
It wasn’t announced that Beyonce would be involved in this year’s awards show, but she and Kendrick Lamar opened with a powerful performance of “Freedom,” from Beyonce’s Lemonade album.
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Beyoncé made an unexpected appearance at the 2016 CFDA Awards last night where she took home the coveted Fashion Icon Award.
The 34-year-old “Sorry” singer reportedly ‘snuck’ into the star-studded event in NYC on Monday, June 6, with hubby Jay Z, daughter Blue Ivy and mom Tina Knowles by her side.
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Beyoncé appeared in a stunning black and silver striped Givenchy tux paired with a wide-brimmed black hat to accept her award and eagle eyed music fans soon noticed that ‘Queen B.’ wore the ensembe in honor of her legendary musical counterparts.
During her speech, Beyonce also honored her mom and grandmother’s influence on her style and even managed to create awareness about racism in the fashion industry.
More photos + read Beyonce’s emotional acceptance speech below… Continue Reading…