Raise your arms above your head and lower your body into twerk position!
If you have been salivating at the prospect of Beyonce executing a flawless Josephine Johnny (I’m sweating my edges out just thinking about it) on Super Bowl Sunday you aren’t alone. Immediately after learning that our Lord And Gyrator Beysus Christ would whip her yaki at The Big Game I began fasting, praying, and putting together a playlist of pounce-worthy New Orleans bounce music songs befitting for King B.
Where the shakers at?
Wendy Williams is campaigning for a roots box and she’s about to get elected.
Alluding to Beyonce‘s forthcoming documentary, this is what the talk show host had to say about our Lord And Gyrator Beysus Christ:
“I am a Beyonce fan. I’m gonna watch her upcoming documentary because fortunately one of the TV’s in our kitchen has closed captioning so I’ll be able to understand what she says. You know Beyonce can’t talk. She sounds like she has a fifth grade education. We have to call a spade a spade! I mean, honestly. We really do have the closed captioning for times like that.”
Whenever Beyonce sharpens her cerulean Rose Art crayon to relax her mind and let her conscience free, its like Evita Perón’s final broadcast to the people of Argentina around this muthafucka.
On Saturday (November 3) the Brooklyn Nets held their home court debut at the Barclays Center hosting the Toronto Raptors. As expected, Beyonce was front and center supporting her hubby Jay-Z‘s
Only King Bey is capable of turning a Dereon picnic tablecloth into an outfit and still look elegant in the eyes of her stans. She accessorized the outfit with a blue ring (homage to Sacred Lamb of Tribeca maybe?) and Barack Obama hoop earrings by Erika Pena. What’s your verdict on her style?