Bitter Truth: Beyoncé Is Smarter Than You, Or Much Smarter Than You Think She Is

‘Queen B’ gives a shocking explanation which led many astonished about feminism, race and police brutality in a recent interview with Elle magazine.

The celebrity and “Formation” singer, Beyoncé, was engaged in an interview with Elle magazine prior to her new ‘Ivy Park activewear collection’, where she was also asked to share her mind about feminism, race and the ongoing police brutality. Whiles most people found her answers to the questions that were thrown on her standard, others expressed shock and awe that she managed to form short, coherent statements, TheRoot reported.

Beyoncé answered a question about feminism by saying, “If you are a man who believes your daughter should have the same opportunities and rights as your son, then you’re a feminist. We need men and women to understand the double standards that still exist in this world, and we need to have a real conversation so we can begin to make changes.”

Again, a critical question which was about her “Formation” video was asked by audience. Amazingly, ‘Queen B’ put most people into thinking with her response.  “I have so much admiration and respect for officers and the families of officers who sacrifice themselves to keep us safe. But let’s be clear: I am against police brutality and injustice. Those are two separate things. If celebrating my roots and culture during Black History Month made anyone uncomfortable, those feelings were there long before a video and long before me.”

Basically, this was a question to put the star in a tight corner, but wisdom was quickly at work in the star’s answer. It’s not as if she broke down critical race and feminist theories in the Q&A, so why in the hell is anyone surprised by these not especially complicated sentences?

Police is not responsible for social injustice, but they have taking the law into their own hands. However, this is as a result of inefficient work of attorneys, jurors and the government failing to prosecute killer cops.

A big salute to Beyoncé and all other black prominent figures who have black matters at heart.

 

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