In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 30th, June, 2020

Nigerian Girl Blasts Beyonce For ‘Stealing’ From Africa And Contributing To How Dangerous It Is Considered Overseas

Nigerian Lady Blasts Beyonce For 'Stealing' From Africa And Contributing To How Bad It Is Viewed Abroad




A Nigerian mannequin on Twitter @Dimssoo has made essential factors whereas calling out RnB singer, Beyoncé for getting cash from African tradition whereas making the continent appear unhealthy.


The mannequin @Dimssoo on the social networking platform additionally accused the American singer of being a part of the individuals who contribute to the misrepresentation of Africa via her songs, thereby giving individuals the impression that “Africa is that this place the place we get up within the morning and tie our wrapper and put chalk on our face and scream ‘WAKANDA’ then go and hunt lions.”


Dimssoo mentioned it’s misrepresentations like these that makes African Individuals and different individuals ponder if Africa has WiFi. She additionally accused Beyonce of taping into the wealth of the African tradition for her artwork however by no means including African international locations to her excursions.



@Dimssoo’s tweets comes after Beyonce launched a teaser for her Black is King visible album.


Black is King makes use of the music of Beyoncé’s 2019 album The Lion King: The Present soundtrack, which was launched alongside remake of The Lion King. The visible.


Sharing the teaser, Beyonce wrote,


“It’s my ardour undertaking that I’ve been filming, researching and enhancing day and night time for the previous yr. I’ve given it my all and now it’s yours. It was initially filmed as a companion piece to ‘The Lion King: The Present’ soundtrack and meant to rejoice the breadth and fantastic thing about Black ancestry.”


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Beyonce added,

“I needed to current components of Black historical past and African custom, with a contemporary twist and a common message, and what it actually means to search out your self-identity and construct a legacy. I spent quite a lot of time exploring and absorbing the teachings of previous generations and the wealthy historical past of various African customs.”



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