The creole constituency put Katy Perry at the top of their shit lists this week when the newly divorced singer had the sheer audacity to voice her opinion when asked if she’ll ever duet with Rihanna.
“[Rihanna and I have] collaborated on a lot of things, but just not songs yet. It’s one of those things that’s got so much build up that we have to deliver. There was one reference that I made along the way thinking about, like, the vibe of Aretha Franklin and Annie Lennox from the Eurythmics, ‘Sisters Are Doin’ It for Themselves,’” Perry told MTV News.
“I saw that video the other day, and it’s full 1980s something, [it's] prime. But it was just, like, the message was so nice. I love it and no offense, ’cause I love the song ‘Beautiful Liar’ by Shakira and Beyonce, but I want to do something a little bit more brave.”
Beyonce, Blue Ivy and Memaw Muffuletta were photographed out during a stroll in New York City earlier today. Now behold the lamb.
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Behold, the royal blankie. A lowkey Queen Creole was photographed out and about at Prospect Park in Brooklyn on Thursday holding on tight to either super cute daughter Blue Ivy or the remains of your favorite’s wig.
Us magazine reports that Beyonce arrived with mom Tina Knowles along with other friends and their kids. The crew reportedly enjoyed the an afternoon of “chilling on the grass” with a “blanket out,” while other members in the group tossed around a football.
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They came, they saw, they shared Chick-O-Sticks. Bayside High’s DNA swapping prom king and queen had a front row seat in all things Lin-sane at the Knicks-Nets game Monday night (February 20) at Madison Square Garden.
Before bringing her Zatarain flavored performance style to the Palais Niaia stage the other night, Beyoncé and Mama Tina, or Miss Tina if you don’t want no problems, were spotted in Nice, France. Dirty Rice Senior was partaking in a shopping spree with two men not named Mathew while the top shelf Creole played down her usual fashionista get up for a look reminiscent of Alicia Keys: The Stud Years.
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‘I Can Through All Things Through Yaki That Strengthens Me’ isn’t only a C+D tag line worthy of being placed on the wig crypt’s masthead but also a perfect description of our Lord and Gyrator Beysus Christ’s illustrious career thus far.
At the top of the second hour, no less than First Lady Michelle Obama, Bono, Barbra Streisand, Stevie Wonder and Lady Gaga paid tribute (on film) to Beyonce Knowles. Mrs. Obama applauded “the role model she provides so many women,” while mother Tina Knowles spoke of how Whitney Houston had served as the young Beyoncé’s own role model. “Beyoncé has made history and she’s not even 30 yet,” said Wonder.