Never have, and never will understand why this culture idolizes Beyoncè. If you do, chances are you only do because everyone else does...if you really pay attention to her lyrics, behavior, and image, it's nothing worth praising. As a mixed young woman, I'm not empowered by her at all. All she writes about is this: you have to act sexual, egoistic, and rich in order to be successful. Nothing that's gonna make people genuinely better, so why then do we say she's empowering? All I'm saying is that you don't have to be obsessed with Beyoncè just because everyone else is. As a generation, we can pick better role models for young girls. Rise above the normal. Just a thought^
Was she drunk when she wrote this and who every buys this must be totally wasted. Its horrible. What is up with the crap she is putting out now. Where these the left overs from the previous albums?
I don't know why anyone thinks this is such a great song. The lyrics are juvenile and raunchy lacking artistic expression. We love the video cuz Bey is half naked. Song would do just as well if it were any other rapper collaborating. In my opinion, it may have been better with another rapper- Jay's lyric didn't seem to show much love drunk or not. His lyric was straight up objectifying. While there are some interesting components to the track as a whole, he over sexed lyrics makes me think that Bey is trying to hard.
One of my favorite songs and videos on the album. It is good to see a more simple video compaired to all the complicated of ones on the album. She looks stunning and her and JAY Z really look like thier are drunk and in love.
I'm elated to see this side of Beyonce and happy to see her enjoying the company of her husband. Liked it (by Facebook standards)! I like the song, the lyrics (Jay-Z provides a boost), and other songs on the album. Don't allow yourself to have a closed view of how you see Beyonce. She's versatile and agile. I guess it's all part of the business side of things. Embrace!