Where are the Beyoncé fans who were there for “Crazy in love” or “Single ladies”? Now that she’s spitting truth and a reality that Black women face, it’s all of a sudden a “she’s just rich and famous crying about her man cheating on her.” Or things along the lines of “her music sucks now”. No… I don’t understand that… There is more to it and I think this article did a good job of unpacking the visual art. 👏”Nothing about Lemonade is mediocre—it challenges listeners and viewers to tap into the mindset of what it means to be a black woman in America, which has never been the norm for mainstream media.”