Beyoncé's colors are black and yellow because of the bee motif and because she's QUEEN BEY. ALSO black and gold are the colors for the Alphas —the first black fraternity—because she's the first black woman to headline Coachella.
Beyoncé Giselle of the House Knowles-Carter, First of Her Name, the Unmatched, Destroyer of Snatched Wigs, Lady of the Third Ward and Iconic Performances, Khaleesi of Black Girl Magic, Breaker of Records and Mother of The Hive.
Beyoncé a WOC, mother of 3, feminist did a 2 hrs show on heels, perfect pitch, brought destiny, solange and her husband, dance the whole time and look amazing with 4 changes of outfit, SHES THE GREATEST ENTERTAINER OF OUR GENERATION, SHES THE DEFINITION OF THAT! #BEYCHELLApic.twitter.com/mVauWV2vID
My thoughts on Beyoncé and #Beychella summed up. What y’all won’t do is make it seem like she’s overrated. Beyoncé is a LEGEND, an ICON that people will only read about 100 years from now. We are living in HER black ass era and we better guard our edges. #Coachella18pic.twitter.com/1VcfohTken
Beyonce reminded y’all why she sets the records she does & why she gets called the GREATEST! She brought out DC3 to remind y’all why they were the biggest girl group ever. All while being Pro black and repoing HBCU culture! A Queen! #Beychella 🐝 pic.twitter.com/2JaHosOIpV
Let us recap, friends. 1. Her regal entrance 2. The fringe boots 3. Her voice, on point, for all TWO HOURS of her concert 4. Renaming that dusty lil festival Beychella 5. First black woman to headline Beychella, and how she told them about themselves.
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Twitter Loses Its Mind Over #BeyChella
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Beyonce TURNED Coachella out on Saturday!!!
The first Black woman to ever headline the coveted concert series blessed us mere mortals with a stunning performance that was #BlackGirlMagic meets HBCU homecoming...and we were LIVING! That, and she brought out Jay-Z, Solange and Destiny's Child to help sing some of her classic songs in her 26-song set.
And of course, Twitter was here for it all!