Don't question Queen Bey.
Beyonce killed it during her two-weekend stint at Coachella, labeling her as the first black female to headline the festival in its 19-year run. Her performance honoured Historically Black Colleges and Universities, had little Wakanda vibes and overall saluted black females everywhere. After our previous post detailing how her mother, Tina Lawson, questioned her plans for her performance, now Michelle Williams admits she kind of did too.
“Initially I was like, ‘Bey, just go out there and have fun. People are gonna be so excited to see you.’ And then I walked into rehearsal for the first time and saw this big old pyramid and that it was gonna be filled to the brim with humans,” the former Destiny's Child member told The Los Angeles Times. “I said, ‘What in the bejesus is this? I told you just to go have fun!’ But she can never do anything that we would think is normal. And this is what’s fun for her.”
As for the pyramid that was seen on stage, Michelle had one question: “I said, ‘Where is this pyramid going, by the way? Are the twins gonna play on it one day? Is it gonna be their swing set?'”