Beyoncé Pushes Ronda Rousey’s ‘Femininely Bada**’ Message At 2015 Budweiser Made In America Festival

Despite the fact Ronda Rousey has no qualms of being a role model, she is quickly becoming one thanks to her “femininely bada**” message. Centered on the statement of not being a D.N.B. which is an abbreviation for a “do nothing b**ch,” Rousey’s message, which is her everyday modus operendi, has spread like wildfire among social media. Given the fact Rousey is business-minded with expertise in promotion, she quickly registered a trademark for her D.N.B. quote, realizing there is investment potential in it.

Now, it is reported that the “femininely bada**” message is getting some major superstar backup. World-famous singer Beyoncé helped spread Ronda Rousey’s message at the 2015 Budweiser Made In America Festival.

According to Elle, Beyoncé made her triumphant return to the musical stage at the annual festival held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Prior to performing her 2009 hit track “Diva,” (which is also known as a “female version of a hustler” by the singer’s definition), a video of Ronda Rousey’s speech about how her mom raised her to be tough and not a D.N.B. UFC President, Dana White, posted the aforementioned in a video tweet on his official Twitter. Please note that Rousey’s speech does have profanity making it NSFW.

Apparently, Beyoncé was able to relate to Ronda Rousey and her “femininely bada**” message due to the fact she herself claims to be an independent woman, as reported by Refinery 29. And if anyone needs further proof Beyoncé appeals to, or at least promotes, these values, all one must do is listen to her latest songs. Besides “Diva,” Beyoncé other track “Run the World (Girls)” is often recognized as an anthem for independent women in general. As a matter of fact, the independent woman mantra Beyoncé sports goes back to the days she was headliner for Destiny’s Child with their song “Independent Woman.”

For those wanting to watch the original video of Ronda Rousey’s speech recorded for UFC’s Embedded Videos Series, it has been attached below. Once again, it should be noted Rousey does use profanity making it NSFW.

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