Newsflash: Beyonce is not perfect.
Despite what her legions of fans believe, Beyonce is person like the rest of us. In fact, when unedited images of the singer from a 2013 L’Oreal campaign were released via The Beyonce World, people got the rare chance to see just that.
Beyonce wore thick layers of makeup to cover deep wrinkles, neck rolls and acne as she advertised the then latest cosmetics line of L’Oreal Feria and Infallible.
Moreover, she tucked her elusive natural hair under what appeared be a blonde wig and posed in bright lighting. You know, because women with dark brown skin and afro-textured hair are not marketable…right?
In response to the shocking revelation that Beyonce is indeed a human being with flaws, her fans attacked every blog and media outlet that did not put a positive spin on the “news.” Some even went as far as contacting the FBI to have the parties responsible for the leak brought to justice.
However, the inability of Beyonce’s fans to accept that she is not a deity sent from heaven to save us from our sins does not stem from within their ranks. That twisted mentality has been fostered by Beyonce’s team.
For instance, following her performance at the 2013 Super Bowl Halftime Show, Beyonce’s publicist tried to
bully encourage Buzzfeed to remove all “unflattering” pictures shared from the show.
It seems the Saturday Night Live Beygency sketch is closer to reality than many of us thought…
I have a lot to say about all of the drama that has unfolded during the recent days. So, rather than battle anonymous fans on Twitter, I have opened the door for discussion via Trini Trent TV.
Hopefully, this will episode will spark some small movement against the Beyonce propaganda machine that has bred the drones in the