Beyonce releases (snippet) of her new song "Bow Down" and it's met with mixed reviews. With many fans taking to Twitter and other social networks voicing their LOVE or HATE for the latest song from the Grammy winning singer. The most famous of the HATERS is Keyshia Cole, singer/songwriter from Oakland, CA. Who has been in the press more for her Twitter rants than her music lately, and she's at it yet again. Saying "Can't stand when people all self righteous when it's convenient it makes them look good. Lmao! But can still talk s**t when convenient 2 FOH"
She went on to say "First "Women need to Stick together" now b****es better Bow. Smh..."
With lyrics like "I know when you were little girls you dreamt of being in my world... Don’t forget it. Respect that. Bow Down b****es..." it's understandable the disgust Keyshia feels. The lyrics could be considered misogynistic, anti-womanist, and belittling to say the least, and many are shocked and appalled by them. The same woman that crooned "I'm a Survivor" now belts out "B-B-B-Bow Down Bitches!!"
However, sometimes what artists say can't be taken literally because more often than not they're referring to someone or a group of someone(s) particularly. Beyonce could very well be speaking to the media, the Bey haters, or someone in particular when she says "bow down bitches..." . Don't take the words of a song so literally, open your mind and think positively.
Who's side are you on Keyshia or Bey? LISTEN HERE!!