Butta: Dearly baeloved, we’re gathered here today to discuss the second coming of Christ aka the “Flawless (Remix)” from Beyoncé and Nicki Minaj that surfaced this weekend. This song is just...
D-Money: A jumbled mess? Unnecessary? Tragic? Pick a pejorative, any pejorative.
Butta: The term “all of the above” comes to mind as well as a few choice words for the time I’ve wasted listening to it. *mumbles some cuss words as I’m forced to play this song again for the sake of this SoundTable Discussion*
D-Money: Oh Butta, you might as well listen now, as every white teenage girl, black gay and ratchet black woman (aka the Beyhive) will be bumping this for the rest of the summer.
Mercy: I think the song is just another excuse for Yonce to harass us into believing how “ratchet” she is.
Butta: I don’t think I like Ratchet Beyoncé. This shtick just seems forced, like an “Oh, look at me I’m soooo ratchet!” act.
D-Money: Right. She so desperately wants to be a bad girl. Which is kinda sad at damn near 33.- Advertisement -
Butta: I mean, maybe Bey has us fooled like Whitney Houston did? *pours some liquor out for the divas that ain’t here*
Mercy: Once Bey shows us the receipts I’ll believe her.- Advertisement -
D-Money: I think that elevator video proves that Bey’s not the sister who’s ‘bout it ‘bout it. *Files Bey with Justin Timberlake in the “Singers Who ‘Rap’ About S**t They Tried To Distance Themselves From When It Was Really Real” folder*
Butta: Whoomp and whoot there it is.- Advertisement -