Rush Limbaugh called Beyonce an anti-feminist for her new song “Bow Down” and has earned himself a seat right beside Keysia Cole on the Beyonce hater train. Fortunately, Queen Bey can’t help but laugh at all the critics as she welcomes spring in a sexy H&M beachwear ad campaign.
We can’t help but notice that most of the celebrities who are calling Beyonce out for her new single are quite the hypocrites themselves.
Keyshia Cole had just expressed her love of Beyonce during her Super Bowl Halftime performance before she then slammed the R&B Queen for her latest single.
Rush Limbaugh, on the other hand, has called out the Obamas for being too intertwined in the entertainment industry and yet the so-called political commentator is constantly throwing his two cents in the entertainment industry.
Limbaugh has completely twisted the words of Bey’s single and suddenly turned it into a hit song about women bowing down to their men. Maybe he should give the record another listen.
The controversial radio talk show host claimed that the song advises women to “put up with” being subservient to their husbands.
“She married the rich guy,” he said. “She now understands it’s worth it to bow down to men.”
He went on to point out her use of the title “Mrs. Carter.”
“She’s going to call herself Mrs. Carter on the Bow Down B****es tour,” he added.
First things first, is Beyonce not supposed to adopt her husbands name like every other woman in the world usually does?
Is he suggesting that all of his wives were subservient to him simply because they took his last name?
And what about her “marrying the rich guy?” Beyonce was rolling in cash before she even began dating Jay-Z so what does his money have to do with their relationship?
As usual this seems like another pointless comment that Limbaugh said just to stir up his listeners and create some more controversy.
If you ask Baddie Bey, she’s all about women power despite the way many people are interpreting her new song.
“I love being a woman and I love being a friend to other women,” Blue Ivy’s mommy said in an interview with The Daily Mail back in 2010. “I think we learn a lot from our female friends.”
It’s comments like this, however, that has critics such as Keyshia Cole bashing Bey for the new song.
“First ‘Women need to stick together’ now b****es better Bow,” Cole tweeted. “Smh [Shaking my head].”
We must admit that the new song doesn’t exactly fall in line with Bey’s feministic voice, but it’s amusing to see a singer whose career is falling apart at the seams be the one to try to attack the reigning R&B Queen – and it seems like the “Countdown” songstress is just as amused as we are.
Blue Ivy’s mom posted a picture of her out enjoying the first day of spring by laughing and pointing at the camera.
You can’t help but wonder if she is cracking up at Keyshia Cole and Keri Hilson – the two ladies with a washed up career who insist on trying to earn their way out of the realm of irrelevancy by stirring up beef with Baddie Bey.
While both of these ladies, especially Keyshia Cole, will likely be getting calls from the IRS in a few years that will put them in the same group as Lindsay Lohan the 31-year-old mother of one is busy getting another fat check for simply being beautiful in a bikini.
The “Bow Down” songstress is the new face of H&M’s summer line of beach wear and bikinis and she looks absolutely stunning in every ad.
It’s nice to see the famous mommy posing for a line that is both chic but very affordable for the average fashionista.
The line will include some sexy bodycon dresses, chic sundresses, and some hot swimwear.
Bey will be appearing in a TV commercial to promote the collection with her song “Standing on the Sun” being featured in the ad as well.
You can run out to get your Baddie Bey inspired H&M piece in May.