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Beyonce’s 10 Worst, Anti-Woman Songs

Queen Bey empowers you to be her slave.

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Susan L.M. Goldberg

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August 25, 2014 - 1:30 pm
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Also check out Leslie Loftis’ analysis of Beyonce’s performance at last night’s MTV Video Music Awards here.

10. “Bow Down/I Been On”

The Church of Bey has clearly gone to the pop goddess’s head. A critic at New Wave Feminism writes:

Aside from repeatedly yelling “bow down bitches”, the song also contains lyrics such as “I know when you were little girls / You dreamt of being in my world / Don’t forget it , don’t forget it / Respect that, bow down bitches”. Apparently, Beyoncé thought the appropriate response for young women who admired her and looked up to her was to call them misogynistic slurs and demand they genuflect in her presence.

This Bey Anthem doubles as the death knell of the sisterhood.

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Beyonce’s songs will never be sung at weddings.
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If the Obamas had daughters they would look like Beyonce and Nicki Minaj, and they wouldn't mind if their kids did raunchy dances and acted like ghetto sluts in public. Oh, wait, they do have two daughters. Never mind.
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She is the Mooch' favorite person. What a fabulous roll model for young women. Dumb as a post, vulgar and taking the public for a ride.
Neither she nor her trash husband has any talent, they are well marketed to a stupid public. When a woman depends on sex alone she gets thrown over rather quickly. Hasn't her husband cheated on her?
Wow let's all listen to these frauds, shall we?
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When will it dawn on the young that Beyonce, Jay-Z, and just about the entire rap world is made of a-holes with whom it is not cool to be associated with?
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It's typical black rap culture "I'm the top of the heap, and you're not." I ignore it. 1 million top of the heap makes for a crowded heap. What she really means is she has a lot of money and a lot of people pay attention to her, not that she is figuring out how to split atoms or bring water to the Egyptian desert. It's the empty display arrogance that sits at the heart of black youth culture in America along with their giant gold chains, gold teeth and tattoos. Whenever I've watched MTV's "Cribs" I've notices they have more cars in their garages than books in their living room. Give idiots money from other idiots and they're just more famous idiots.
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