Girls, according to Beyonce. Unfortunately, there is a terrible epidemic going around where women in need are not being supported by other women. In fact, there are many people who make assumptions and waste NO time in attacking others. Though this happens frequently, my case in point is what happened last month with Beyonce’s new song release “Lemonade.”
Allegedly Beyonce’s spouse Jay-Z cheated on her and she alludes to the mistress as “Becky with the good hair.” Fans swarmed to Rachel Roy, who made an Instagram post alluding to having good hair….and she got attacked verbally online by fans. However, this is not OK and if I were Beyonce, I would be personally be embarrassed that I have so many fans that are bullies. Sticking up for people in person is one thing (especially if you have actual facts), but staying behind a computer scene and bullying a person is not dignified.
What is worse is that not only was Rachel Roy attacked online, but so was her young daughter. What I would like to know is that if Jay-Z did cheat, why is no questioning him? I’m glad no one is verbally abusing him regardless of the situation, but to attack a person without knowing facts is appalling. If a person wants to get mad, I think they should focus their attention on human rights violations occurring all over the world, every day. At the end of the day, these celebrities are human beings like you and I (even if Bey does “slay”). Why not focus on spreading peace?