As an artist, Bey has the right to make any kind of song she wants, even if it clashes with some of her themes of the past. There's nothing wrong with Bey being a feminist in real life, while throwing some shade using her musical persona.
Feminists have criticized Beyonce because the song Bow Down differs from the theme of her music, which usually preaches empowerment. Yesterday, criticism came from a somewhat random voice: conservative pundit Rush Limbaugh.
Every black female artist has been featured on the cover of Hype Hair, and while comparing Hype Hair covers seems absolutely ridiculous, so is this controversy. So this is the perfect place for Bey and Key to battle it out, bang for bang.
Amber Rose recently posted a picture to her Instagram showing off her 3-week-old post-baby body in a red dress, and we noticed that it's a common color among celebrity women who show off their new bodies after giving birth.
Just a few days after Beyonce's cover of Shape Magazine was leaked, showing the beauty in a colorblock bikini by Karla Colletto, we finally get the first look at the full spread of the magazine's April issue.