Can you believe it folks? The Grammy’s done done it again! They snubbed Queen Bey for Album of the Year once again, and I, for one, am not here for it. It’s like they’ve got a vendetta against her or something. I mean, seriously, what more does Beyoncé have to do to get some love from the Grammy’s? Is it because she’s too good? Too powerful? Too black? I don’t know, but what I do know is that this latest snub is just another notch in the long list of disrespect the Grammy’s have shown towards our girl Bey.
Let’s take a little trip down memory lane, shall we? Back in 2010, Beyoncé was nominated for ten Grammy’s and walked away with zero. ZERO! Can you even imagine? Ten nominations, and not a single win. That’s like going to an all-you-can-eat buffet and not being able to eat a single bite. It’s just cruel.
And then there’s the infamous 2016 snub, when “Lemonade” was completely shut out of the top categories, despite being one of the most critically acclaimed albums of the year. Instead, the award for Album of the Year went to Adele’s “25,” which, don’t get me wrong, is a great album, but it’s not “Lemonade.” It’s just not.
And now, in 2021, we have another snub, this time for her album “Black Is King.” I mean, come on! This album is a visual masterpiece, a celebration of black culture, and a testament to the resilience and beauty of the black community. And yet, it was completely overlooked by the Grammy’s. It’s like they don’t even see us.
But you know what, Beyhive? We don’t need the Grammy’s validation. We already know that Beyoncé is the queen of everything. The Grammy’s snubs just prove what we already knew: they just can’t handle the power and grace that is Beyoncé.
So let’s raise a glass to Queen Bey, to her talent, her beauty, her influence, and her unbreakable spirit. The Grammy’s may snub her, but we will always stand by her side, as loyal members of the Beyhive.
So, to the Grammy’s, I say this: you can keep your little statues and your irrelevant awards. We don’t need them. We’ve got Beyoncé, and that’s all we need.
Cheers to the queen, and to the Beyhive! Let’s show the world what real talent and true beauty looks like.”
There you have it folks, a snarky, hilarious, and heartfelt tribute to the one and only Beyoncé. Let’s show her the love she deserves, even if the Grammy’s won’t.