Beyonce and her husband Jay Z are both trending for very different reasons. While Jay is making headlines for his verse on Drake’s Certified Lover Boy, the Beyhive has their stingers out for the editors at Glamour Mag, who have clearly lost their mind. In case you missed it, Glamour compiled Beyonce’s 10 best and worst songs of all time.
No one asked for such a list, but a las, here we are. Fans were surprised to learn Kitty Kat was ranked one of Bey’s worst songs.
#BlackTwitter quickly proceeded to drag the notoriously white glossy for getting it wrong, wrong, wrong. Lizzo, who went viral earlier this week for her list that declared Janet Jackson the “queen of pop,” stepped into the conversation with the same questions we had. “Who approved this?!” she tweeted.
Kitty Kat is a female anthem for Black women who’ve been in relationships that no longer serves them or their body and the strength behind reclaiming their prized possession – their kitty kat.
It didn’t take long for #BlackTwitter to read Glamour their rights.
Another Twitter user called the lazy, unnecessary and inaccurate list “low hanging fruit” especially since Beyonce’s birthday is on Saturday. Not that you ever need a reason to stream Kitty Kat, but fansite Beyonce Legion called for all fans to play it at high volumes in honor of Bey. Don’t mind if I do!
In related Beyonce news, the Beyhive can expect a new Bey single, “Be Alive,” to accompany the upcoming film King Richard.
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