Blue Ivy is so cute
Anonymous said: If you had one message to share with people what would it be?
I sat down and really thought about this.
I want others to treat one another with compassion and understanding. Let’s not forget that every person has a story, a past, dreams, goals, failures etc that has shaped them. Understand that person, learn that person and uplift that person if they’re down. We’re all in this together and it’s just important to just share that understanding and compassion and good will to everyone.
some people are so fucking disgusting
she said since her black friend told her to tweet it that it’s okay…..?
Haha black people are so strong, beautiful, independent. Such a “threat” to “society” in so many ways that slavery is the only thing some white people have against us. Isn’t that funny? I can’t even let petty shit like this get to me because I know what it is. There ain’t shit in the world that would ever make me change my race on GOD.
A few years ago, Beyoncé Knowles was like any other record-breaking pop star in an already crowded field. Then something changed.
If you’ve ever seen Beyoncé Knowles astride a concert stage or a red carpet, you know she is a woman with a flair for dramatic entrances. But no previous coup de théâtreprepared the world for the arrival of the singer’s fifth full-length solo record, “Beyoncé,” the “visual album” that airdropped onto iTunes at midnight on Dec. 13, 2013. For months, the music press had seethed with speculation about Beyoncé’s delayed record release, with rumors of disastrous studio sessions and dozens of scrapped songs. “There is utter disarray in Beyoncé’s camp,” the website MediaTakeOut.com hissed. It was an unheard-of turn of events for Beyoncé, whose career had been a testament to, as it were, array: a regal, orderly parade from hit to hit, milestone to milestone, strength to strength Read More
Beyoncé for T Magazine. “The Woman on Top of the World.”
Beyoncé covers ‘T Magazine’ - Gorgeous!
Beyoncé for T Magazine