Beyoncé is clapping back at the $20 million dollar lawsuit accusing her of ripping off New Orleans artist, Messy Mya, demanding the case be thrown out of court.
Amy Schumer has found yet another way to set off Black Twitter. The comedian decided to parody Beyoncé‘s “Formation” video with the help of Hollywood vet Goldie Hawn while on the set of their upcoming film, Mother/Daughter, and it rubbed some social media users the wrong way. In a video posted exclusively to TIDAL on Friday, the two actresses can be seen doing their best Queen Bey dance moves.
Beyonce and Kendrick Lamar captured headlines for their recent performances at Super Bowl 50 and at this year’s Grammys, where they made powerful statements on issues related to the fight for social justice in America. Both of their performances have resulted in social media erupting in a debate over the consciousness of popular entertainers using their platforms […]
The juxtaposition of the Grammy winner being shackled in handcuffs, while a saxophonist played behind bars, was so far from the usual stage performance we are so accustomed to seeing on an awards show stage. Every note, every bar had meaning and were chill- inducing, whether you stand with the Black Lives Matter movement, or you don’t quite understand it.
Saturday Night Live's episode was one for the books. The award-winning sketch comedy show opened with a hilarious skit about Beyonce's ground-breaking, "Formation" video and Super Bowl performance.
A Detroit cop is in hot water after making offensive remarks about Beyonce‘s Super Bowl 50 halftime performance and her backup dancers. A sergeant for the Detroit Police Department posted a photo on Facebook contrasting the singer’s dancers with an image of the Ku Klux Klan in what can only be assumed as a swipe at […]
Beyonce's Super Bowl Sunday performance of "Formation" left the world in either shock or awe, depending who you are. But many White feminists seemed to feel merely left out.
The backlash against Beyonce's new single "Formation" has hit a new high as critics plan to take their distaste for the Black pride track to the streets.
Tidal recently announced that $1.5 million of the proceeds from their Tidal X: 10/20 charity concert, which took place in Brooklyn back in October, will be distributed to Black Lives Matter and several other organizations that are leading social justice movements.
Referencing both New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina and ongoing police violence in America, the video also shows police officers surrendering to a Black child in a hood, while the words "Stop Killing Us" appears in graffiti in another scene.
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