September 24th, 2016 I had my first Yoncé experience. I know, I know, I’m late, but better late than never.
I have always liked her music, but I’m not one of her crazed stans, so attending a concert of hers wasn’t at the top of my list.
Earlier this year, Beyoncé performed for the Super Bowl halftime, and I thought what she did was so amazing. She made a very powerful statement with her release of the album Lemonade. It resonated with me, mostly because of the stage of life I was in at the time. That was the hook, line, and sinker! I had to see her live.
From the day we purchased our tickets, my friend and I were ECSTATIC.
For months we discussed how we thought the show would be. Considering that Lemonade was filmed in NOLA, we knew the show would be special. We hoped that she’d have Big Freedia there, I mean it was only right. Sure enough, Freedia was there! Girl down!!
At that point I was too bucked up!!
I cant even begin to describe how amazing her visuals were! I mean y’all this chick is EFFIN awesome. I can go on and on about how breathtaking Beyoncé is. Her energy was crazy!
I think her empowerment of women is what drew me in. She is so inspiring and motivating. She lets women know how we can in fact have any and everything we want, there’s no need to be dependent upon a man to chase our dreams and make them come true. Its kind of sickening how men say she bashes men, when that isn’t true at all. The empowerment of women equates the bashing of men, c’mon bruh.
As women we should whole-heartedly motivate one another to be the best kick ass woman we can be. When women work together we can accomplish anything, and I mean ANYTHING.
So please knows that girls do in fact run the world. Haha ladies let’s get in formation!
Mrs. Knowles-Carter, I am now a forever fan! 🐝🍋🐝
Stay tuned for more super late posts 😜