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Ugh. This Fauxminist B-word!

Beyoncé's new track Bow Down / I Been On divides fans and fellow singers as Keyshia Cole slams song

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She's been busy being the adoptive mother to Poison Ivy for the past year but on Sunday Beyawncé posted a snippet of her new music to her website.
The 31-year-old woman released a recording entitled Bow Down / I Been On, along with a picture of herself before any of her surgeries,with a room full of trophies behind her. How tacky is that?
And the lyrics include the lines: 'I know when you were little girls you dreamt of being in my world. Don’t forget it. Respect that. Bow Down b******.'

The three minute, 34 second clip also includes: 'I took my time to live my life but don’t think I’m just his little wife. Don’t get it twisted this is my sh*t.'

British fans might be familiar with some of the music in the second portion of the recording, a snippet of which accompanies the 02 Priority adverts filmed to promote the singer's UK tour dates.

The music is actually sections from two different songs, Bow Down is said to have been produced by Hit-Boy and Bleachoncé is said to have worked with Timflopland on I Been On.

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While the horrible new track addresses her absence from the music industry and asserts her authority as Queen Bee of the charts (of course, pretending 4 didn't happen), the content of the music is already causing controversy and dividing fans - and her fellow musicians.

Keyshia Cole unleashed a Twitter tirade against the star. 'Can't stand when people all self righteous when it's convenient it makes them look good. Lmao! But can still talk s*** when convenient 2 FOH,' she tweeted.

After apparently receiving a backlash from Beyawnce's fans, the singer added: 'I done kept it real from the start! #RespectTHAT.'
And the R&B star was far from finished. She went on: 'First "Women need to Stick together" now b****** better Bow. Smh. But it's all G! Chicks stay shooting the s***. But when I speak my mind its a prob. #Well #StayMad'
One listener wrote on Twitter: ‘This song makes no sense, is randomly offensive, and is way out of Byeonce's lane. I wonder where she stole it from?’

Another fan tweeted: 'how can u sing at the presidents inauguration then release this disgusting, offensive song @beyonce? I'm genuinely shocked.' (sic)
Other comments included: ‘The new Beyonce song is horrid. Unnecessary swearing, offensive misogynistic referencing of women, and terrible music and vocals. 0/1000.’
And another: ‘So much for female empowerment.’
And Radio 1 DJ Scott Mills who tweeted: 'Is that Beyonce song a joke?'

Plenty of the pressed fans welcomed the new music with one listener writing: 'Sorry I'm not sorry that @beyonce is a trend-setter-wannabe and doesn't sound like everyone else. It's about changing the game #byehive.'
But some fans suggested that the singer hadn't gone far enough and if she was a white male music artist she wouldn't be on the end of such criticism.
One fan posted: 'Miss me with the "she's so arrogant" mess. Were she a man, this would scarcely be an issue. Bye-once isn't arrogant enough. #BowDown' (sic)

SMH. I cunt with Fauxminists!

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