Beyonce Doesn’t Want The Internet To Post Unflattering Shots From Coachella

April 16, 2018 By Jordan Miller

Na, na, na, diva is a female version of a hustler.

Na, na, na, diva is a female version of a hustler.

Stop the track; let me state facts. Beyonce reportedly does not want unflattering pictures taken during her Coachella performance to circulate the Internet. I mean… I feel like this makes complete sense.



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Page Six is reporting the singer’s publicist sent out an email asking news outlets to only publish the pre-approved shots from Saturday’s show and refrain from using fan-photos.

You may recall a round of unflattering photos from Beyonce’s 2013 Super Bowl halftime show performance – you know… the ones where she looked like she was transforming into The Incredible Hulk™ – hit the net and Beyonce sent out a batch of cease and desist letters to those running them.

There was also an incident a while back of Queen Bey falling down stairs during a performance of “Ring The Alarm” and she demanded the worldwide web remove that video from its existence. Unfortunately, the Internet is forever.

I have yet to see anything but flawlessness from Beyonce’s Coachella performance, so she doesn’t’ have much to worry about. I am still in awe.




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