Will the Real Beyonce Please Stand Up!?!
Posted on January 18, 2013 by ReadySetGossip
Here is the full photo that I put on top. I wanted you guys to see she is exposing her cleavage. Posing as always!
Now remember the photo of Beyonce and Blue Ivy on the beach that was release a few days ago?
Notice the swimsuit top? If this isn’t proof Beyonce leaks and precalculate her story lines to release to blogs and media, chile I don’t know what else I can do to prove it you guys. Everything Beyonce do—is precalculated remember that!
It’s that time again where I love to sit down and sip my tea and share with you guys the latest fuqkery 2013 has delivered upon all of us.
The fuqkery I am talking about is the 101 different personalities of Cybil aka— Beyonce Knowles Carter. After all Beyonce’s PR disaster in 2012 with babygate and 4 album considered a commercial flop, 2013 is the year for nothing but Beyonce over load of pointless ish to repair the damage to her image.
I am serious considering Beyonce had a mental breakdown behind the scenes because her behavior lately screams—desperation and thirsty for attention by any means. What happen to Beyonce being private with her personal life? We do not need to know what she do before having sex with her
camel husband nor see anymore of her cookies. What kind of new mother behaves like this? I hate to say this—but Beyonce needs Matthew Knowles to come back and repair her image. But then again—too little too late. She toss her dad to the curb because she thought she didn’t need him and call her own shots. Well Beyonce—begin to own the backlash to all of your poor decisions.
Before I start, let me remind you guys the Destiny’s Child song ‘Nasty Girl’:
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It seems Beyonce “The Hypocrite” Knowles needs to take her own advice.
Here is the latest behind the scene footage of Beyonce on her GQ magazine photo shoot:
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Now here are photos of the shoot:
Now according to the Dailymail , Beyonce had the photoshoot in her home. *sideeye*
‘I listen to Make Love To Me before having sex with my husband’: Beyoncé reveals her bedroom secrets in behind the scenes footage of sizzling photoshoot
Sultry Beyoncé has revealed her bedroom secrets in a sizzling photoshoot at her own home - and it involves listening to raunchy songs before making love to husband Jay-Z.
In raunchy backstage footage of a sizzling GQ shoot 31-year-old Beyoncé can be seen stripping down to her underwear and even throwing flour all over her kitchen, in an attempt to enhance her domestic goddess reputation.
Showing off her sensual side Beyoncé flirts with the camera in the shoot with famed photographer Terry Richardson, who encourages the curvy singer to embrace more than just the usual underwear shots – one frame shows the sultry star reading the New York Post in an over-sized man’s shirt.
And the star reveals in the interview that when she is scared she often listens to Make Love To Me, by Rick James, before going to make love to her husband rapper Jay-Z
She said: ‘If I’m scared, be scared, allow it, release it, move on. I think I need to go listen to ‘Make Love to Me’ and make love to my husband.”
Clad in leopard print underwear the singer shows off her washboard stomach in the footage on Rap-Up.com wearing just the briefs and a midriff baring black top.
Beyoncé accessorized her look with some chunky gold jewellery and kept her honey coloured hair loose over shoulders, with a trendy fringe flick.
Blue Ivy’s mother then decided to shed her clothes, grab a mic and start singing.
She later kicks back in a chair, reads the New York Post, and rocks one of Jay-Z’s Brooklyn Nets caps.
The Super Bowl halftime performer even Terry and the cameras bedroom, where she jumps up and down on the bed while holding a football.
In another outtake, she heads to the kitchen, raiding the fridge and throwing around flour, cherries, whipped cream, and other baking ingredients while wearing a Roc-A-Fella chain.
She told the magazine she has finally fulfilled her life-long ambition to become a symbol of success and empowerment for ladies across the globe, but still finds it difficult to comprehend how much influence she has.
My important question in this interview is this—-WHERE WAS BLUE IVY DURING THIS PHOTO SHOOT?
After the Daily mail article, readers started to go off. Here are some comments to prove to you people are calling her out:
“I guess some traits of her friend Kim rubbed on to her. Sad.” -Edward, United Kingdom
“Yeah, that’s right ladies, we all run around our houses in our underwear and throw flour around to make it look like we were busy……*roll eyes*” -Daria, USA
“She used to be so much more dignified and kept her private life to herself. I don’t know what’s happened to her lately.” - C.C., UK
“She is becoming cheaper and cheaper and cheaper………Jesus what on earth happened to this woman? -Dana Dublin, Ireland
“Does almost every singer today have to strip down to their underwear? Why do they keep doing this? I am not a prude but seriously, if you can’t sell your music with your voice alone, then you don’t have talent. I don’t care if your body is great or horrible. The fact that you feel the need to strip down and flaunt it in front of the world and children is disgusting. Have some respect for yourself. What ever happened to fun clever music videos that told a story? Now it’s all naked women. – PAK31, USA
“Sell out! Money money money is all people like her care about.” -Squirrel, Unite Kingdom
“Nice to see she’s bearing her belly now, yet didn’t do it during her pregnancy”. -Lea, United Kingdom
“The best way to get her to stop this deluded journey of world donation is to knock her off the pedestal she has been on for years. Close up, she is vain a narcissistic person who has been documenting every inch of her life for commercial gain, exploited her sexuality for commercial gain whilst she’s told the world how private and humble she is. She shows her T and A in a mans magazine and says she is empowered!! I am repulsed by her need to appear perfect and seduce her audience in a way that dims her talents. I don’t care about the red arrows, at least Kim Kardashian and Rihanna don’t make out they are amazing icons! The list of contradictions goes on – bottom line is she may be rich but she is losing respect.” -Glowee, London
“Oh god 2013 if going to be all “I’m beyonce looks at me” -Deena, London
“She went from private to doing anything for attention. When I was “writing” Destiny Child’s songs. LOL Sure, you were writing them. -Jayna, Orlando
“I would need more that music to have sex with Jay-z, I would need 3 bags, two in case one fell off during sex and then one to be sick into after sex.” -Milliemoo33, United Kingdom
“I suppose the new record is on the way so all publicity forces are put out to get this married mother’s sexy back. Apparently that’s how the female music is marketed and sold these days. And all those 100 years we fought to be taken seriously has now come to this. Pathetic. It’s only more than 100 years a go women were not thought have any intelligent capacity and it’s begins to look like some really don’t. I don’t particularly mean Beyonce. On the other hand there are more and more women that make the most interesting music these days. And of course Adele!” -HH, Helsinki
“This is so TRAGIC it’s not even funny…Bey is a stunning talented woman at the top of her game with everything BUT now she feels the need to OBJECTIFY and DEBASE herself with this photo shoot for the MALE MAG GQ and the notorious and VERY CONTROVERSIAL Terry Richardson…she preaches about women being “INDEPENDENT” whilst others are “NASTY GIRLS” yet here she is IN HER UNDERWEAR and a man’s shirt so cropped that HER BREASTS’ ARE VISIBLE….Bey have some INTEGRITY!!!” -My life is great, United Kingdom
“Mmmmh I would normally defend her, but she is not the demure woman I thought she was anymore. She’s trying too hard and it’s not attractive.” – Madame, London
“What’s with all this desperate behaviour lately B, used to respect you a little….put some clothes on. Don’t really get it to be honest……I feel sorry for celebs sometimes..all that money yet still empty!!!….I m neither inspired or entertained by this article or Beyonce. I thought she valued “privacy”, we lost interest along time ago” -Hateshallowpeople, West Midlands
“I don’t know why, but she irritates the bejesus out of me. Since she had her baby she seems even more egotistical, self-important & annoying. If she were chocolate she’d eat herself. Quit over sharing, Beyonce!” -Vics, United Kingdom
“Beyonce should stop embarrassing herself, the thought of her and Jay Z really grosses me out, … You we’re relevant about 10 years ago the younger girls have replaced you” -Sahara, Portland
“I used to have so much respect for Beyonce and really look up to her as a role model as she was so humble and elegant. Cannot believe she has done a photoshops like this, so trashy. She’s a mother, respectful mums don’t do this type of thing.” -Kate, Manchester
“She is just doing all of this because her last album flopped. Going from a musician that guarded her privacy fiercely, to talking about her sex life and showing sonogram pics just stinks of a desperate celebrity. I used to respect her as an artist….now it just feels like she is auditioning for Jersey Shores.” -ctoney1983, Albania
“She will soon realise that her dad was the ONE who shaped her, who crafted her, he made her and managed her well, since she fired him, she is Rihanna number 2… I don’t like beyonce and I never will. But I could see her father behind the job… he knows the biz in business… Finally, the simple fact that she need some kind of “encouragements” to have intimate time with her husband says it all!!!!!” -C., United Kingdom
“Really love it when people say that anyone who has a negative view of the person in question is ‘just jealous’… Erm.. Jealous of what exactly? The zero self-respect? The self esteem so low you feel the need to share with the world your most private and intimate parts of yourself? The arrogance? This woman has nothing, and I do mean not a single thing, that I wish I had. Fame and fortune are, believe it or not you ignorant worshipers of these shallow creatures; are not what most of us in the civilised world actually seek out of life! So I can assure you; when I say this woman needs to find some self-respect and take her head out of her own ‘you-know-what’.. It isn’t because I’m jealous.” -Rosie, Peterborough
“Give it up Beyonce!!! It’s time for you to move into another phase of your career whilst still holding on to your dignity and YOUR style – many artists do it and survive! Leave all this “Ratchet Chick” stuff to Rhianna and her ilk - I’m sorry love but you are just the wrong side of 30 for it and you are now looking (and sounding!) ridiculous and desperate!” -Phoenix, Middlesex
“Judging by the reactions to this new Beyonce, I think we can now see that the Beyonce the public came to know and love was just smoke and mirrors created by the shrewd gimmickry of a brilliant marketing machine. Now that her career is in the toilet and is exposing herself more, her fans are kindly bowing out.” -Lonestar, Houston,TX
According to The Guardian, they also called out the BS for what it is:
Beyoncé: being photographed in your underwear doesn’t help feminism
The singer’s interview in American GQ offers a perfect snapshot of where the western women’s movement is. And it’s not pretty
Beyoncé … Famous women can sing about independence, as long as they’re wearing next to nothing
Next month marks the 50th anniversary of The Feminine Mystique, Betty Friedan’s hugely influential study that helped to spark that pervasive second wave of feminism that – for all its faults and stuttering incompleteness – shaped the western world as most of us know it today.
As a book it was – as Friedan was herself – a flawed advocate of women’s rights: Friedan had little apparent interest in women who were anything other than white and upper middle-class. Her homophobia became an embarrassment to the women’s movement. Her egotistical paranoia about being ousted as the face of the women’s movement was captured with wince-inducing brilliance by Nora Ephron in her 1972 essay, Miami.
The feminist movement never did and never will run smoothly. But Friedan’s book, as Stephanie Coontz writes in her recent book, A Strange Stirring, rescued “a generation of intelligent women, sidelined from the world”. Whatever its flaws, the publication of The Feminine Mystique remains as much of a landmark in the history of feminism as Emily Davison’s death 50 years earlier at the 1913 Epsom Derby.
And so, 50 years on from Friedan, it pleases me to announce that we have a new face to the modern-day feminist movement. That face belongs to none other than Beyoncé Knowles.
Last week the new issue of American GQ came out and it neatly encapsulated where western feminism is today. Inside, Knowles gives an interviewthat will probably be studied by future generations for lessons in both the loopiness of the 21st-century celebrity world and how hilariously far American magazine interviews have fallen since the days of, say, Gay Talese and Lillian Ross. In this typical piece of puffery, Knowles shows off her “temperature-controlled digital storage facility that contains virtually every photo of her”, including one video diary entry in which she informs herself that she is going to listen to one of her own songs before having sex with her husband, which is one way to get in the mood, I guess.
But there is, the GQ journalist assures the reader, more to Knowles than raging narcissism – she is a powerful woman with a defiant feminist streak. “Equality is a myth, and for some reason everyone accepts that women don’t make as much money as men do,” she rails. “I truly believe that women should be financially independent from their men. And let’s face it, money gives men the power to run the show. It gives men the power to define value. They define what’s sexy. And men define what’s feminine. It’s ridiculous.”
Knowles is right: it is ridiculous that American women earn 77 cents to every dollar earned by men. This is almost as ridiculous as, say, a self-professedly powerful female celebrity (“I’m more powerful than my mind can even digest,” announces Knowles) complaining about men defining sexiness in a men’s magazine in which she poses nearly naked in seven photos, including one on the cover in which she is wearing a pair of tiny knickers and a man’s shirt so cropped that her breasts are visible. These photos, incidentally, were taken by the bafflingly successful American photographer, Terry Richardson, a man with a penchant for highly sexualised photos of women and who has beenrepeatedly accused of sexual exploitation and misconduct by young female models, which Richardson has denied.
To complain about the sexualisation of women in men’s magazines may seem like complaining about the weather. But as Knowles rightly says in relation to the pay gap, the status quo should not just be shruggingly accepted if it is wrong. I never fail to be amazed at the high profile, often A-list women who celebrate their professional success by posing near naked on the covers of allegedly classy men’s magazines, such as Esquire and GQ, and these covers are, to my eyes, becoming increasingly close to porn. In the past four months alone we’ve had Cameron Diaz bending over in a pair of mesh pants; topless Mila Kunis in leather trousers (while inside she writhes naked on a bed); Rihanna naked save for a mini leather jacket; Lana Del Rey also naked except for some jewellery (that was on GQ’s October issue, which had four alternative covers that all featured men. All of these men, funnily enough, were clothed).
It’s one thing to submit to this attention-seeking nonsense if you’re a C-list reality TV desperado trying to get on the cover of Nuts; it’s another if you are professedly one of the most powerful women in the entertainment business who has no need of such tactics. Knowles rightly hates the fact that women are humiliated by being paid less than their male counterparts. But they are similarly humiliated by being fed the message that it doesn’t matter how successful, powerful or smart you are – all that matters is how sexually available you are willing to make yourself look.
I should feel happy, I guess, that Knowles is even willing to speak up about equality considering how notoriously few young women in the public eye are willing to identify themselves as feminists. That her Dworkin-ish call to arms comes served up with photos of Knowles jumping on a bed in a bikini, well, that’s the deal these days, apparently, in which famous women can sing about “independence” and “girl power”, as long as they’re wearing next to nothing. As I said, the feminist movement never did run smoothly. But half a century on from Friedan, it should be running better than this.