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This Is How Ciara, With Her Black Power Blinders, Just Lost My Respect

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Ciara may think her ex-boyfriend Future has unmercifully drug her name through the mud, but she’s doing a pretty good job of tarnishing her own image from where I stand. That’s if she’s the type to give a damn about the opinions of Black Americans (which...

SZA Just Perfectly Summed Up the Absurdity of the Racist Beyoncé Backlash

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Ever since Beyoncé hit the Super Bowl halftime stage and performed “Formation,” some folks have been in their feelings. First there were the people threatening a boycott, then some haters organized an “anti-Beyoncé rally,” and finally there were the talking heads that said the singer’s homage to...

Idiots Are Planning an Anti-Beyoncé Rally in NYC

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Beyonce has people big mad. These big mad people want to protest Beyoncé outside of the NFL’s New York City headquarters. Why you ask? Because these big mad, not be confused with little mad, people are still upset over her Super Bowl performance and how they...

Who Cares What White People Say, ‘Formation’ Is Right On Time For Beyonce – And Us

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Sometimes I get the feeling Beyoncé’s not listening, both to the criticisms that surround her – which are so numerous blocking out the noise would be understandable – and the changing social climate by which her constituents, i.e. fans are greatly affected; this is, after all,...

Red Lobster Sales Skyrocket After Beyoncé’s ‘Formation’ Reference

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Anybody with a pulse and some tastebuds will tell you they didn’t need a Beyoncé reference to send them running towards the cheddar bae biscuits and sinfully savory platters at Red Lobster. But who knows? Perhaps Bey’s Red Lobster name drop was a reminder that...

#BeingABlackGirlIsLit Is the Best Thing On the Internet Today

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Between Rihanna’s chart-topping album, Beyonce’s new video and Super Bowl performance, and Missy’s new joint, Black women are winning the pop culture game. Add to that the awesomeness of folks like First Lady Michelle Obama; billionaires like Isabel dos Santos, Oprah Winfrey, and Folorunsho Alakija; and intellectuals like...