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  • Queen Bey Saves The Day

    Attention all natural-haired beauties of the world: Beyoncé has created a hat just for you!

    Ivy Park, Bey’s fashion label, is offering a stylish, red velvet backless baseball cap that allows babes with untreated cheveux (yeah, I’m trying to sound fancy) the luxury to easily put their mane in a ponytail. Usually, it’s difficult for women with thick curls to put on a hat, this one makes it super easy for them to pull their hair back.

     

    As of now, there is no release date for the cap, which will be priced at $35, but make your way over to Topshop.com to sign up for the notification list.

  • All That Money

    The demo of Beyonce's thrilling Lemonade cut "6-inch," has made its way to the internet!

    Titled "All That Money," the reference track features The Weeknd, who is also on the finalized single, and fellow XO crony Belly.

    Listen to the awesomeness below:

  • Beyonce Is A Certified Fashion Icon

    The BeyHive surely rejoiced last night as their Queen won the CFDA's Fashion Icon award.

    Not only did Beyoncé look absolutely stunning in a bedazzled black Givenchy suit, with a wide brim hat, my imaginary baby momma (again, Jigga no disrespect) gave a magnificent acceptance speech that truly accented the many reasons why she is so deserving of such a prestigious honor.

    Read it for yourself below:

    Thank you so much, Diane, for the things you just said about me. I feel so much love and I feel so proud. As long as I can remember, fashion has been part of my life. Its effect on me actually started before I was born. Many of you guys don’t know this, but my grandmother was a seamstress. My grandparents did not have enough money, they could not afford my mother’s Catholic school tuition. So my grandmother sewed clothes for the priests and the nuns and made uniforms for the students in exchange for my mother’s education. She then passed this gift onto my mother and taught her how to sew.

    Starting out in Destiny’s Child, high-end labels didn’t really want to dress four black country curvy girls, and we couldn’t afford designer dresses and couture. My mother was rejected from every showroom in New York. But like my grandmother, she used her talent and her creativity to give her children their dreams. My mother and my uncle, God rest his soul, made all of our first costumes, individually sewing hundreds of crystals and pearls, putting so much passion and love into every small detail. When I wore these clothes I felt like Khaleesi. I had an extra suit of armor. It was so much deeper than any brand name. My mother is fabulous and beautiful and she’s here tonight. My mother, my grandmother, and my uncle are always with me so I cannot fail.

    My mother actually designed my wedding dress, my prom dress, my first CFDA Award dress, my first Grammy dress, and the list goes on and on. And this to me is the true power and potential of fashion. It’s a tool for finding your own identity. It transcends style, and it’s a time capsule of all of our greatest milestones. So to my mother, my grandmother, my uncle, thank y’all. Thank you for showing me that having presence is about far more than the clothes you wear and your physical beauty. Thank you for showing me how to take risks, work hard, and live life on my own terms.

    I want to say thank you to every designer who works tirelessly to make people think they can write their own story. Y’all are fairy godmothers, magicians, sculptors, and sometimes even our therapists. I encourage you to not forget this power you have or to take it lightly. We have the opportunity to contribute to a society where any girl can look at a billboard or magazine cover and see her own reflection. Soul has no color, no shape, no form. Just like all of your work, it goes far beyond what the eye can see. You have the power to change perception, to inspire and empower, and to show people how to embrace their complications, and see the flaws, and the true beauty and strength that’s inside all of us. Thank you so much for this incredible award, I’ll never forget this night. God bless you all. Thank you.”

  • LEMONADE Preview

    When Beyoncé proclaimed she was "Flawless", no one in their right mind questioned her due to the fact that everything she does is pretty much done with the utmost precision.

    While we're patiently waiting for B to drop her sixth studio album, the bootyliscious megastar unleashed a teaser of "LEMONADE", which will air next Saturday on HBO.  Unfortunately, I don't have a clue what the visual is actually promoting but it sure leaves us thirsty for more!

    Until then, check out the clip below:

  • IVY PARK at Nordstrom

    On the day my pre-order trial for the FRNDY LMRN™ World Tour Tee comes to an end, Beyonce will launch her new active wear line IVY PARK at American upscale retailer Nordstrom.

    This is no mere coincidence due to the fact that B and I were lovers in a previous lifetime, so you know our connection still exists (just kidding, Jay).  If you're interested in copping the empowering women's workout wear for your shorty on the 14th, click HERE to find out a store location near you.

    Good luck!

  • Beyonce's Formation

    In usual Queen Bee slayage, Beyoncé unleashes a surprising video for an unreleased song titled "Formation".

    The New Orleans homaged single drops abruplty after Bey's multi-talended lil' sis Solange is graciously honored with that very same city's keys (talk about a meticulous game plan right?).  The Mike Will Made-It and Apluss produced tune is my dream girl's first deliberated jam since her 2014 "7/11".  

    This joint will get your shorty bouncing all over the place, so make sure you're right behind her to get in on ALL of the action (if you know what I'm saying!).  

    Indulge below:

  • Beyoncé Inspired Skyscraper


    Beyoncé proclaimed that 'girls run the world' and it is rightfully so that she serves as their virtuous leader. Not only dominating in all areas of entertainment, the Houston dime has a huge heart -- engaging in various humanitarian efforts, from conducting charitable organizations to missionaries.  

    B's latest achievement is one that she didn't even do herself!  Notorious architecture and interior design firm Elenberg Fraser took it upon themselves to curate a 68-story Skyscraper in Melbourne, Australia commemorating the bootyliciousness of the Grammy Award-winning songstress. The voluptuous infrastructure, titled The Premier Tower, is modeled after the figures in Beyonce's  Ghost Music Video.

    The tower, scheduled to be completed by early next year, will be worth a whopping $213 Million!  It plans to house 660 one to two-bedroom apartments on top of a six-level, 160-key hotel.  The mixed-use building—commissioned by Singaporean billionaire Koh Wee Meng—will stand on the west end of Melbourne’s central business district at 134 Spencer Street.

    Check out the skyscraper's soon to be exquisite attributes below:

  • Queen B Covers Vogue

    Beyoncé, my ultimate dreamgirl, graces the cover of Vogue's September 2015 issue.  Queen B's latest achievement couldn't happen at a better moment because she celebrates her birthday on the same month!

    This is actually the bootylicious milf's (my bad Jay) third time appearing on the publication's coveted cover.  The story, photographed by Mario Testino, discusses her flawless reign.  To read a preview of the passage head over to Vogue.com.

  • Bey Good

    From the very first moment I laid eyes on Beyoncé, I knew she was the epitome my dream girl (no disrespect Jay).  Not only is Bey drop-dead gorgeous, her commanding God-given talents can move a nation in insurmountable ways. 

    Recently, the queen of pop traveled to Haiti.  While there, she visited the Saint Damien Pediatrics Hospital located in my hometown Port-au-Prince. Unfortunately, the refuge for so many sick children has lost funding by private donations, which resulted in tons of cutbacks.  Beyoncé met with doctors, cancer patients and newborns in a specialized intensive care unit (one of only a few in the country).

    During her humanitarian duties, Bey wore a tee shirt with the writing “Bey Good” to bring awareness to her charity, which raised money for the hospital. The T-shirts are now available for sale with all the proceeds going directly to Saint Damien Pediatric Hospital. Go cop yours today HERE!

    Check out the visual below:

  • Forbes 100 Most Powerful Women

    Forbes has just unleashed it's annual Most Powerful Women’s list.  Shout out to Taylor Swift’s tall sexy ass for being the youngest female on the coveted roster at the tender age of 25!

    Check out the rest of the honorees below: