Social media lit up yesterday when it was revealed that Beyonce was going to perform live with the Dixie Chicks at the CMA Awards. Following their take on Queen Bey’s “Daddy Lessons,” a legion of country music fans sounded off on their dissatisfaction over having either of these acts on the show. See the performance in full if you haven’t already and read some of the criticism leveled at the Country Music Association.
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You can now add Beyonce’s dad, Mathew Knowles, to the list of people weighing in on the pop superstar’s visual album Lemonade. During a radio interview this week, Mathew addressed lines from poet Warsan Shire that his famous daughter recites before the song “Daddy Issues.”
Beyhive goes after Rachael Ray thinking she is Rachel Roy, rumored Jay Z mistress and ‘Becky with the good hair’
Beyoncé’s avid fanbase, affectionately known collectively as the Beyhive, is all abuzz after the highly anticipated release of Lemonade last night. The “visual album” includes mention of a “Becky with the good hair,” who is believed to be a reference to Jay Z’s mistress and the cause of the infamous elevator fight in 2014. Some of the Beyhive’s private investigator drones have identified Becky as fashion designer Rachel Roy, but a spelling mix up has some of B’s bees swarming on Food Network chef Rachael Ray! Keep reading to see a huge selection of the hilarious comments left on Rachael’s most recent Instagram photo of a pulled beef sandwich.
Pop superstar Beyonce was kind enough to share some photos from her daughter Blue Ivy’s 4th birthday party. From the looks of things, we’re guessing the kid had a “fairy” good time!
We either have the biggest story in the history of reality television, or just further evidence that you can’t always believe everything you read online. According to the Wikipedia page for Love & Hip Hop: New York, Season 7 will be adding two rather surprising cast members: Jay-Z and Beyoncé!
Amber Rose has tweeted a clarification of her recent comments regarding Beyoncé after the singer’s fan-army, known as the “Beyhive,” let her have it. Get Rose’s thoughts on Beyoncé that led to the backlash, as well her opinion about a double standard between men and women, as she points out that Channing Tatum was a former stripper and Brad Pitt used to work at McDonald’s.