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Celebrities Who Openly Trashed Beyonce

Beyoncé Knowles rose to fame as a member of girl group Destiny's Child, then skyrocketed to another level as a solo artist, business boss, and better half of rap mogul Jay-Z. According to iHeart Radio, Beyoncé has been named the highest paid black recording artist of all time; the most nominated woman in Grammy Award history; and the first social media influencer to command a value of more than $1 million per post. In other words, she's kind of a big deal.

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    Celebrities Who Apparently Hate Beyoncé

    Celebrities Who Apparently Hate Beyoncé

    Beyoncé Knowles rose to fame as a member of girl group Destiny's Child, then skyrocketed to another level as a solo artist, business boss, and better half of rap mogul Jay-Z. According to iHeart Radio, Beyoncé has been named the highest paid black recording artist of all time; the most nominated woman in Grammy Award history; and the first social media influencer to command a value of more than $1 million per post. In other words, she's kind of a big deal.

    Secrets The Knowles Family Is Trying To Hide

    Secrets The Knowles Family Is Trying To Hide

    Before Beyoncé Knowles released her visual album, Lemonade, in 2016, many fans and critics speculated that it was going to be a musical way to serve her husband, rapper and mogul Jay-Z, with divorce papers. When the Grammy-winning record landed, it was painfully obvious that the longtime couple had been through the ringer, but the specifics remained intentionally murky. For her part, the singer-songwriter said while accepting the award for best urban contemporary album (via the Independent), "We all experience pain and loss, and often we become inaudible. My intention for the film and album was to create a body of work that would give a voice to our pain, our struggles, our darkness and our history. To confront issues that make us uncomfortable."

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