NINE, FOUR, EIGHT, ONE, B DAY!
In typical world domination fashion, Beyonce released a glamorous photo of her and her twins and instantly took over the internet. Beyonce gave birth to her twins, Rumi and Sir, in June and the world has been anxiously waiting to see her two bundles of joy. While many of us will celebrate Beyonce, such joy will always come with the inevitable hateration social media posts. To avoid any confusion and have your answers on deck, I’ve compiled a list of responses to the hater social media posts.
1. Am I the only one that doesn’t care about Beyoncé having twins? Yes. Yes, you are the only one in the world that doesn’t care about Beyonce having twins. As a matter of fact, if you don’t care, why are you even make a post about not caring? Continue reading “Just In Case Y’all Wanna Hate on Beyonce.”
This week on the anniversary of Lemonade, Beyonce announced her new initiative the Formation Scholars designed to (as stated on Beyonce.com), “encourage and support young women who are unafraid to think outside the box and are bold, creative, conscious and confident. Four scholarships will be awarded, one per college, to female incoming, current or graduate students pursuing studies in creative arts, music, literature or African-American studies. The schools selected for participation are Berklee College of Music, Howard University, Parsons School of Design and Spelman College.” As most of the world celebrated Beyonce taking up this initiative, The New York Times journalist Vanessa Friedman decided not to focus on Beyonce trying to advance educational attainment for young women but instead chose to focus on Beyonce’s pregnancy.
Yet again Black women are blessed with another White woman speaking about a Black woman’s body. OH GOODY!!! THANK YOU!!!
You know every day that I wake up, I am just dying for White women to write articles about my hair, body, lips or hips. The list is endless of the analysis of Black women and our appearance. I don’t know how I would get through my life unless a White woman told me what I should think about myself.