Queen Bey did her dance to the late Atlanta rapper’s hit, “Dey Know.”
Beyoncé Jay Z And 50 Cent Attend Cowboys Game Houston, hope we don’t have a problem… Texas native Beyoncé was at the Cowboys game Sunday along with her husband Jay Z, mom Tina Lawson, daughter Blue Ivy, nephew Julez
The crowd at Beyoncé's New Orleans show heard a familiar voice during the opeing of the concert.
Legendary queer rapper Big Freedia introduced Beyonce to a crowd of thousands at the Superdome this weekend, kicking off the singer’s Formation World Tour performance in New Orleans. “What’s up New Orleans? Did you come to get slayed or what?” Freedia yelled to the massive stadium as “Formation” began playing. The New Orleans native’s voice... Read more »
Apparently, Bun B gave him the recommendation Like pretty much everyone else in town this weekend, DJ Khaled was in town for the second installment of Beyonce’s Formation tour in Clutch City. As Queen Bey’s hype man and opening act,Show More Summary
On a recent Wednesday night, Neil deGrasse Tyson — director of the Hayden Planetarium, advocate for the sciences, sci-fi fact-checker, and seemingly the only person with as many hours in the day as Beyoncé and Lin-Manuel Miranda — was hard at work at his other other job: hosting StarTalk, the Emmy-nominated ... More »
Obviously, artists, as human beings evolve and that is ultimately positive, but given the fact that Vernon expressed regret for the Bushmills ad in an interview for Grantland in 2015, it feels a bit hypocritical to turn around and point the finger at Beyoncé.
There are a multitude of ways in which one can commit social suicide nowadays, but one of the most surefire ways is messing with the Beyhive. If you’re a celebrity and you make enemies with Beyoncé, her legion of fans will unleash swift and ferocious justice faster than you can tweet about not understanding the […]
Jerry Jones was a busy man Sunday night. The Dallas Cowboys owner was playing genial host as well as diagnostician for his team’s game at JerryWorld. He entertained rapper 50 Cent on the field before the game and then welcomed Beyonce and her hubbo, Jay-Z, to his suite for the game. The alignment of the […]
LONDON — A new advert for a British toy store is receiving praise on social media for its refusal to conform to gender stereotypes. "If I Were a Toy" is an advert for Smyths Toys sung to the tune of Beyoncé's "If I were a Boy". The video...Show More Summary
Long before Beyonce made lemonade, Arnold Palmer reinvented iced tea. The world lost one of the greatest golfers of all time on Sunday. While fans are sharing tributes to the sport star’s legendary athletic ability, let us not forget...Show More Summary
Following in the footsteps of Beyoncé, Rihanna, and Michael Jackson, Drake is releasing a film based on his music Sunday night at midnight, Billboard reports. The film, which will be released on Apple Music, is called Please Forgive Me and was directed by frequent Rihanna-video-director Anthony Mandler. Show More Summary
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In a new interview with The Guardian ahead of Bon Iver’s upcoming album release, Justin Vernon digs into the murky landscape of corporate sponsorship, singling out Beyoncé’s long-standing deal with Pepsi as an exemplar of questionable artist/brand collaborations. "You have to believe in something," the singer-songwriter explains. "Like, I’d prefer ... More »
Bon Iver frontman must have forgotten he starred in a giant ad for Bushmill's.
In an new interview with the Guardian, Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon criticized superstar artists that take corporate money to fund their ventures. Citing Beyoncé as an example, he said, “Like, I’d prefer Beyoncé didn’t do a Pepsi tour. Do not take two million dollars from Pepsi and be a role model for young girls. Show More Summary
Unlike the number 22, these are a few things that Justin Vernon doesn’t like: Beyoncé’s Pepsi Money, Live Nation, and having his picture taken. The notoriously publicity-averse Bon Iver frontman hasn’t been doing many interviews this album cycle, but in a new interview with The Guardian to promote the upcoming 22, A Million, he doesn’t […]
Houston’s Solid Gold Beauty Supply received the Queen Bey herself.
Bey was in her hometown to perform on the Formation tour on Thursday night.
by Megan Murnane Lady Parts Justice League is a feminist activism group that fights for reproductive rights. Their latest video, “inFormation”, pays homage to Beyonce’s "Formation" while also criticizing Louisiana’s harmful and restrictive anti-abortion TRAP (Targeted Regulation of Abortion Provider) laws. Show More Summary