You know you that bitch when you cause all this conversation
Now i’m pretty sure that when Beyonce released FORMATION it was indeed to educate everyone on not only her individual love of her black culture but additionally it was a visual representation for all to unite against any act of injustice or irresponsibility towards black peoples. It was probably one of Beyonce’s most controversial videos, but most importantly it helped to continue the conversation that equality for all doesn’t mean the continued injustice for some.
But then weird stuff like this started happening *hidesface*
And #blacktwitter was NOT HAVING IT!
— maureen🙃 (@MaureenForQueen) February 26, 2016
Before we get into our top #trapcovers the issue with these “acoustic” formation covers are they white-wash the message that Beyonce was preaching and educating about and just shows a ridiculousness that is beyond belief. Everybody needs to get in formation though trying to stamp out what the conversation is all about with a guitar and an adam levinve riff just ain’t it!
— Demetrius Harmon (@meechonmars) February 26, 2016
— golden boy (@NathanZed) February 26, 2016
— Benjamin Abiola (@SirAbiola) February 26, 2016
— OMG, LaJethro (@LaJethroJenkins) February 26, 2016
To make a long story short….
#TrapCover is brilliant. Well done Twitter.
— deray mckesson (@deray) February 26, 2016