Beyonce’s new song ‘Bow Down’ sparks outrage

Beyonce Knowles’ new track, Bow Down, has already divided many of her fans due to its continual use of the word ‘b****.’ In the first half of the track, Beyoncé sings these lyrics to her rivals:

I know when you were little girls
You dreamt of being in my world
Don’t forget it
Respect that
Bow down bitches
Don’t get it twisted this is my sh*t.

Beyonce Superbowl

One fan took to Twitter to express their distain, posting: “how can u sing at the presidents inauguration then release this disgusting, offensive song @beyonce? I’m genuinely shocked.[sic]’ DJ Scott Mills tweeted via his official page: “Is that Beyonce song a joke?” R&B singer Keyshia Cole, took to her Twitter on Monday to dismiss the 31-year-old singer’s track as ‘self righteous’ and anti-feminist.

Keyshia Cole

Here’s what US blogger, Sandra Rose wrote about Beyonce and the song

Sometimes a person’s chronological age is not a proper indicator of their developmental age. That should always be taken into consideration when dealing with a person who behaves much older or younger than their stated age.

Take Beyonce for instance: chronologically she is 31, but developmentally, she behaves more like a petulant, overindulged child. She constantly lies; she plants stories in the media; she steals other people’s work and credits the work as her own; she lip syncs when she should sing live; she simulates being pregnant while allowing someone else to do all the heavy lifting of giving birth.

In other words, she constantly tests limits and boundaries. The fact that Beyonce posted a picture of herself as a child is no coincidence. Developmentally, Beyonce has not grown beyond the age she was when that picture was taken.

On Sunday Beyonce threw a digital tantrum in the form of a horrendous track titled “Bow Down Bitches” on her personal website. Like most children who throw tantrums, Beyonce is seeking attention from those who adore her.

It doesn’t matter to Beyonce that the track is appallingly bad. What matters most to her is the attention she gains from releasing it.

Listen to the song below and let us know what you think

 

 

 

 

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