She could have said no to performing after receiving hosts of unwelcome comments on social media, but she didn’t. All throughout the day, leading up to the performance, she’d been called racists and much more.
Just last year, native Tennessean, Justin Timberlake performed at the awards with not nearly as much backlash though his genre is usually Pop/R&B originated.
She did, however, have the support of Country Music maven, Brad Paisley. Others were glad to have Beyoncé as well.
1. “My daddy Alabama, Momma Louisiana. You mix that Negro with that Creole make a Texas bama.”
Own who you are and be that in any crowd. You don’t have to change your dialect, your style and lastly your grace to fit the mold of anyone but yourself.
Beyoncé ‘s performance was radiating from her dress to her stage persona or should we say, Sasha Fierce. She owned her craft. So own yours too. Be the total package and share your light with the world!
3. “OK, ladies, now let’s get in formation, ‘cause I slay.”
Who would’ve imagined such a magical performance with the Dixie Chicks in Nashville, TN would be in Beyoncé’s future? Do you see what happens when all women get in formation? Find your girl power. Better yet, find your people power. The world is a better place when we learn how to collaborate and manifest together!