It's Twitter 101: Before you tweet that celebrity hot take, make sure you're talking about the right celebrity. WIBBITZ
It's Twitter 101: Before you tweet that celebrity hot take, make sure you're talking about the right celebrity.
Conservative Pundit Ann Coulter attempted to take down Beyoncé with a tweet invokingDonald Trump's lewd comments about women last week, as she claimed that Queen Beywas just as vulgar as her party's presidential candidate.
"Beyonce, cited by Michelle Obama as role model for her daughters, sings about "p---- curvalicious, served delicious." Oh my. I just fainted," she tweeted, echoing Trump's brags about his seduction method of "grab them by the p----."
Only problem? Beyoncé never said that.
The words actually paraphrase Nicki Minaj, who rapped a similar verse on Bey's Flawless (Remix) in 2014. And while it may contain profane language, Flawless (Remix) extolls women's strength and sexual agency, coming off as empowering to "paid sisters" listening instead of demeaning. (The video, below, is NSFW.)