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I thouhgt I’d share something my mom wrote about the now “controversial” performance of Beyonce on #SB50.So with out further delay… T-Storm’s mom aka Najuma….



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“This was really a great Super Bowl half time performance by Bruno Mars and Beyonce.
I loved how Bruno Mars slipped a little MC Hammer and James Brown’s music and dance in to his very smooth yet funky, “Uptown Funk” repertoire. There were no media issues at all regarding Bruno Mar’s performance. Bruno Mars along with his all male-black band and four male-black backup
singers/dancers wore all black leather like gear and were plenty of eye candy for us ladies. Well,… I did enjoy watching…. Stop! Wait a minute. Did Bruno Mars clown on Beyonce’s Crazy in love? Very funny.
OKAY, now let’s get in Formation. 
Beyonce’s performance of her, new single, "Formation” was absolutely flawless. 
Beyonce says herself in her song Formation, “I SLAYED! I SLAYED!” And yes she did that!
So what’s with all of the controversy over Beyonce and her all Black female dancers ‪#ImtooBlackBoldbeautifulandSexyforsomewhiteandcoloredpeople for wearing their beautiful Afros and black berets, with black leather studded harnesses over their black leather midriff tops and black leather high -waist boy shorts outfits with black fishnet stockings and a garter belt on their right thigh.
OMG!! Black women are so beautiful!! If Beyonce and her dancers didn’t dance or do anything else except walk out on to that football field, you couldn’t help but want to raise your fist and holla “POWER TO THE PEOPLE!!”
The last time I checked as citizens of USA, We The People, have the Freedom of Speech self -expression. Black women can wear our hair and dress as we please on and off stage. Beyonce is an artist, and entertainer in the music industry. She is entitled to exercise those rights and privileges and too damn bad for those who are offended by it.
Okay ladies let’s get in FORMATION! 
“I’m too Black, Bold, Beautiful and Sexy for my hair and for my clothes because 
I’M So Damn Black, Bold, Beautiful and POWERFUL!“


-Najuma

I thouhgt I’d share something my mom wrote about the now “controversial” performance of Beyonce on #SB50.So with out further delay… T-Storm’s mom aka Najuma…. – “This was really a great Super Bowl half time performance by Bruno Mars and Beyonce. I loved how Bruno Mars slipped a little MC Hammer and James Brown’s music and dance in to his very smooth yet funky, “Uptown Funk” repertoire. There were no media issues at all regarding Bruno Mar’s performance. Bruno Mars along with his all male-black band and four male-black backup singers/dancers wore all black leather like gear and were plenty of eye candy for us ladies. Well,… I did enjoy watching…. Stop! Wait a minute. Did Bruno Mars clown on Beyonce’s Crazy in love? Very funny. OKAY, now let’s get in Formation. Beyonce’s performance of her, new single, "Formation” was absolutely flawless. Beyonce says herself in her song Formation, “I SLAYED! I SLAYED!” And yes she did that! So what’s with all of the controversy over Beyonce and her all Black female dancers ‪#ImtooBlackBoldbeautifulandSexyforsomewhiteandcoloredpeople for wearing their beautiful Afros and black berets, with black leather studded harnesses over their black leather midriff tops and black leather high -waist boy shorts outfits with black fishnet stockings and a garter belt on their right thigh. OMG!! Black women are so beautiful!! If Beyonce and her dancers didn’t dance or do anything else except walk out on to that football field, you couldn’t help but want to raise your fist and holla “POWER TO THE PEOPLE!!” The last time I checked as citizens of USA, We The People, have the Freedom of Speech self -expression. Black women can wear our hair and dress as we please on and off stage. Beyonce is an artist, and entertainer in the music industry. She is entitled to exercise those rights and privileges and too damn bad for those who are offended by it. Okay ladies let’s get in FORMATION! “I’m too Black, Bold, Beautiful and Sexy for my hair and for my clothes because I’M So Damn Black, Bold, Beautiful and POWERFUL!“ -Najuma