Female Feud: Bow Down


It appears as though the boastful Miss Bey has ignited a bit of hell’s fury from fans and foes alike with her new single Bow Down. The controversial track quotes Beyoncé as more than just Jay’z Little Wife but a trash talking, trick smacking, dookie braids wearing, and ugk loving H town Diva. The Girl that “Runs the World” pays homage to her southern Texas roots with a chopped & screwed segment that leaves no question to who the Queen of Pop is.

As expected people used social media to share opinions on the single- some good feedback, others not so positive.

  •  R&B princess Keyshia Cole took to twitter to vent on Miss Bey’s choice of words in new single 

Keyshia Cole

Beyonce’s devoted Bee Hive was enraged and of course swarmed in on Keyshia Cole with hateful replies, swearing that her comment would result in a the same fate of Keri Hilson —>

Kerri Hilson kindly declined holding up Bey & Jay Cover of Juicy in 2011

The former songwriter for the Miss Knowles-Carter also quoted in 2008 on a remix to “Turning Me On”

“She can sing, but need to move it ‘to the (left)’ / She need to go have some babies / She needs to sit down, she fadin’… / Go ‘head and tell them folks how long I been writing your songs / I been puttin you on, just check the credits ho.”

The alleged lyric was said to be a direct strike at Beyoncé but who knows… Either way, it is quite obvious that since then Ms. Hilson has stayed out of the media spotlight and has made little comment as to her true feelings for the Multi-Grammy Award Winning Superstar Beyoncé.

Evidence shows that both Keyshia & Keri share simular feelings toward King/Queen Bey. Looks like they all have a couple things to learn about Girl Power


Listen to the Bow Down Here:


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