Beyonce: Flawless Meaning
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Song Released: 2014
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Your challengers are a young group from Houston
Welcome Beyoncé, Lativia, Nina, Nicky, Kelly, and Ashley
The Hip-Hop Rappin'
I'm out that H-town coming coming down
I'm coming down, drippin' candy on the ground
anonymous Oct 2nd, 10:19am report
What does the line “Texas Forever like Bun B (or is it Bombay)” mean?
anonymous Aug 2nd, 8:29pm report
I think we are missing the point because these two people did not have the same experience as regards their environmental factors .Therefore, I speculated based on the occurrences of their topos
anonymous Aug 18th, 2017 8:13pm report
I think this whole song represents the fact that since the beginning of time, women were taught and conditioned to be the less superior gender; cannot be sexual. Cannot be too rich, up-scale on the business latter, cannot be "too independent" or you'll intimidate men. Which, is only an attempt to control women's sexuality and behavior. Why are women called whores and sluts for being comfortable in their sexuality, or what if they, too, want to sleep with multiple people? If men partake, they're called cassanova's? But it's unacceptable for women? Fuck that. You go, Beyoncé. Love your work.
anonymous Oct 2nd, 2014 10:45am report
I think that beyonce is supporting chimamanda's facts of the Nigerians attitude to women
"they say you can have ambition bt not too much or you'll threaten the man you can be successful bt not too successful"
I don't understand what beyonce herself is saying bt I understand what chimamanda is saying because im a nigerian
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