Beyonce-A Win For White Supremacy

Another excellent read from C.C.!

Whispers of a Womanist

Following her Grammy speech and performance, superstar Beyonce garnered abundant praise.  Beyonce’s grammy performance portrayed Queen Bey in a manner that proved as royal as her title. Beyonce’s look seemed reminiscent of the queens of our indigenous homeland— a connection that did not go unnoticed by spectators. However, Beyonce garnered the most praise for something fans are not used to associating with Beyonce—loss.

Beyonce lost to Adele in the “Album of the Year” category. To most, this loss was inevitable due to a racially aware stance accompanying some tracks in her latest studio album Lemonade. Lemonade presented the contemporary world with all that has come to associate with Beyonce while intertwining a “woke” perspective not commonly aligned with the singer. The visual album featured the mothers of slain teens Trayvon Martin and Mike Brown and songs like “Freedom” that sought to paint Beyonce as an ally to the black collective…

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5 thoughts on “Beyonce-A Win For White Supremacy

    • Well, I don’t know anything about formation unless it was that formation at the Super Bowl last year, I believe. And I only saw a picture of that and one video of her with some long braids hanging out of a car window and her and Serena Williams on some plantation.

      And if Beyoncé has all of a sudden found her Black roots, why she would be promoting Serena Williams who just announced her engagement to a ‘white’ dude, I don’t know. But either way, I don’t need the likes of Beyoncé to speak for me nor do I go along with other Blacks who look to someone else to speak for them. I speak for me. In addition to that, I have long since been saying that I don’t understand why Black people continuously look to the whites to recognize their achievements. They are fickle fucks!

      Thank you for your comment.

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