Monday, February 08, 2016

That Time Beyonce Almost Fell at the Super Bowl


Last night the BeyHive held its collective breath as Beyonce appeared to slip and almost fall during the Super Bowl halftime show...


check the entire performance below

35 comments:

Vame said...

That's all anyone cares about? Her ALMOST falling? GTFOH I'm not a Stan but you gotta give props where it's due. Smh. Some people just have To pick every little thing apart. Good job B.

Ron said...

I thought the performance was awesome and I love the video she never disappoints.

Anonymous said...

Haaaa Haaaa!!!! Um here for it!

Better put that hot sauce bottle down and put some apple cider vinegar in that purse. It cuts the fat out of that Popeye's chicken.

Ness said...

They KILLED that performance! Yeah she ALMOST fell but she hopped, got up and got right back in groove without missin a beat. Go ahead B!

Anonymous said...

At least she pick herself up unlike Cam's immature ass.

Anonymous said...

Janet was dogged when she ALMOST fell at the VMAs. Bey nearly falls on her fat ass...she still "slays"

Anonymous said...

This performance was such a bore.

Anonymous said...

Bruno Mars destroyed that stage. He let Bey know she better get in formation.

Anonymous said...

^^^^^ Spot On He is truly a multi talented artist

Honey Bun said...

they threw her a bone....a senior in the industry like Beyonce followed some latino faggot who been in it for a couple of years...embarrassing

Anonymous said...

All her moves were clumsy. Too old for this shit.

kiki60651 said...

No the fall almost beyonced is what happened

Anonymous said...

That bish slayed that stage. Gravity couldn't even pull her ass down! She done told folks, "you know you're that bitch when you cause all this conversation!! How do you upstage the main act? How is it it's her name that keeps coming up not the Superbowl commercials, the Broncos nor the Panthers?

Anonymous said...

Very boring. Bruno saved the show. Deal!

Anonymous said...

Yes, he did 12:59

Anonymous said...

I think her weight gain from her year off had her a bit winded, but she did her thing. I think everyone did a good job.

Anonymous said...

It's catching up to her

Anonymous said...

Damn honey bun tell us how u really feel

You are a hater. Here....hold this grenade

Anonymous said...

aww i liked bruno! he's very talented. did you notice how arkwared bey was when her and bruno met up and were singing together. she is not an impromptu artist at all. she's very rehearshed. her performance was neither good or bad. just typical bey.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
Bruno Mars destroyed that stage. He let Bey know she better get in formation.
12:16 PM
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YES! BRUNO SLAYED!!!! He DID NOT "phone in his performance".

Anonymous said...

I'v got several places beyonce can almost fall into

- a career
- a marriage
- off the planet
- down a hill
- into ghetto salon to get that weave right
- a gym
- a school

Anonymous said...

Dam
Yall sure do praise this woman more then u do
God, smh

Anonymous said...

I saw this comment on Facebook:

"Nothing wrong with paying homage to a black nationalist movement that empowered African Americans who were (and still often are) treated like 2nd class citizens. But maybe instead of dressing her dancers up in "cutesy" faux black panther outfits, she should be out there stumping for black lives matter or speaking out about the draconian drug laws that have destroyed black communities. That would be a bold political statement."

A white man made this comment about Beyonce's Black Panther performance. This is one of among many similar comments while Black folks were rejoicing and being fangirls/fanboys. Not to say that non-Black people are exempt from discussing Black issues. However, it is pretty sad when non-Blacks have to wake some of us up because we are too busy worshiping false idols making a "faux-militant" statement because they know group-thinkers will eat it up. We have got to do better. Our ancestors are weeping. While there have been genuine and honest black leaders, there have been false leaders taking out money. And sadly, this generation is saturated with false leaders, starting from black Hollywood to the black churches. We need to stop depending on leaders to represent our Black identity and start making examples on our own.

I am just going to be real: I an PROUD of my African-American heritage, my African ancestry and the Black family from whence I came. But I am NOT proud of the black community as a collective. I am proud of the Blacks that are doing well in education, the sciences, etc. I am proud of the Blacks that are "awake" and have their third eye open. I am proud of the Blacks that reject groupthink.

This generation of Black urban culture is laughable. This generation of Black culture, PERIOD, is laughable. This generation of Black people are narcissistic and desperate to assimilate. The generation is full of fake militants who are only militant when it serves them (*cough* BEYONCE *cough*).

The fact that Black people, especially Black women and black gay men, are feeling empowered by Beyonce's cute little Black Panther performance is pure comedy. These same Black folks probably go to black churches and heed to EVERYTHING their black preacher says from the Bible! These Black women worshipping Bey are probably faux feminist/womynist types or deluded bandwagon jumping Black women.

This generation is so easily moved by fake as militant crap like this because they are too goddamn lazy to read books and follow their own minds.

All of these dumb ass movements:

____-Shaming Movement

Slut Walk

Body Positive Movement (being 300 lbs isn't healthy!!! neither is being 80 lbs!)

Black Womynism Movement (nothing but a bunch of bitter angry Black women with daddy issues and they all support the likes of Bey, Rihanna and Nicki Garbaj)

This generation need to log off Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr and take their collective asses to their local LIBRARY!

Anonymous said...

@3:27

No, you got that wrong. Black folks praise this woman and white blue eyed Jesus. They will argue with you that Jesus was not black but line up to see Passion of the Christ, Jesus being portrayed by a European man. Boy, I tell you! #groupthink

MsChocCookie said...

Stop using Bruno to further your dead, geriatric career Bey, it's a wrap. You dam.n there broke your 45 year old as.s. out there doing the same dip, slip, and whip moves. Bruno was young vibrant, and hip, Bey, looked old, tired, ran down, and wig wilted and titled to the side. It's time to hang the dancing shows up

Anonymous said...

4:10PM You ain't never lied. Bey is starting to look desperate during all these repetitive performances. TOO the damn Left! She must be so damn tried of pretending and lying.

Anonymous said...

Reasons to remain unimpressed: The fact she had her daughter sandwiched between two little dark skinned girls in that video to help her standout which totally contradicted the black empowerment vibe she was showing. Her so called negro nose husband in The sky box with a bunch of white folks. ..

Anonymous said...

You better tell it 3:38pm; Let's see if it gets deleted.

Honey Bun said...

she and i had the same hair last night, i brushed out my curls and had the same look on

Anonymous said...

There was NOTHING spectacular about the half time show. I actually enjoyed Coldplay better then the other performances. B performance was okay, as well as Bruno Mars. I don't understand what the big hype is about B. She hasn't slayed a damn thing since her dad was her manager. Her performances are like recycling plastic and tin cans, the process is ALL the same,

Anonymous said...

^^^^We understand Rihanna^^^^^

Anonymous said...

100% PUSSYPOPPING.

Beyonce really can't dance.

Traciejw said...

3:38 Thank you!

Anonymous said...

I thought the show was a yawn fest except for Bruno everything else was regurgitated...

Tippie Toes said...

I'm no fan but if she almost fell she did a great save because I didn't see it.

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