Unpleasant things about Beyonce – Since time began it has become normal to worship, adore and admire public figures, especially those that reside in the entertainment business. It has become so easy for many to create such an image so polished and perfected that it can seem impossible to grasp those pretty little blotches of imperfection.
Loved all over the world with hundreds and thousands of fans, Beyoncé can do no wrong to many. Dipping her finger in a variety of pies, the singer, songwriter, producer, actress, dancer and businesswoman is so successful that she makes even the busiest of us look lazy. But, nobody’s perfect, including Mrs. Flawless herself. Yes even Queen Bey can be as obnoxious, intolerable, offensive and unbearable as the rest of us, ironically making her that little bit more likable.
Over the years Mrs. Knowles-Carter has begun to grate, grinding the gears of many and rubbing people up the wrong way. From claiming to be a feminist and preaching about God, to calling herself a role model for young women everywhere, Beyoncé really knows how to get under one’s skin.
However as insufferable as she can be, it still doesn’t take away from the fact that she is an incredible entertainer, for she is probably one of the best in the world. Yet the truth is that despite how ridiculously attractive and talented we may be, we still manage to be as irritated and annoyed as the next. After all, we are only human right? Here are 13 of the most obnoxious things Beyoncé wants us to know.
12. She Is A Feminist
A debate that’s gone on for years, Ms. Independent has often claimed to be a feminist especially in the lyrics to her songs and in her interviews. Accused of being a token feminist,Annie Lennox took it up a notch by saying she uses ‘feminism as a means of self-promotion’. Some have suggested it’s unfair yet with comments such as ‘The more successful I become, the more I need a man’, makes you think otherwise. But let’s not forget what she did for the women of Japan, once saying ‘I remember being in Japan when Destiny’s Child put out ‘Independent Women,’ and women there were saying how proud they were to have their own jobs, their own independent thinking, their own goals. It made me feel so good, and I realized that one of my responsibilities was to inspire women in a deeper way’. I wonder what Japan was like before Beyoncé?