Beyonce’s New Video ‘Formation (Dirty)’ — Blue Ivy Helps Mom ‘Slay’ With Long Box Braids

Beyonce’s new video titled “Formation (Dirty)” is out of this world. As seen below, the Queen Bey is dressed in all black, and she sings about slaying life as she brings Blue Ivy into the video. Warning: Beyonce’s new “Formation (Dirty)” video contains images and lyrics that might be disturbing to some viewers.

Uploaded on Saturday, February 6, to YouTube, Beyonce’s “Formation (Dirty)” video has already grown to more than 100,000 views within hours. Folks are reacting to Beyoncé slaying everything in her path, which is a slang term for doing something very well.

Overall, Beyoncé appears to be dressed all in black and she even gives the camera a double middle finger flip at one point. But Beyoncé’s main message seems to be that all of her success hasn’t changed her heart and mind and stance about where she hails from.

Beyoncé sings about El Caminos, and Cuervo sipping — but the b****y side of Beyoncé comes out when she warns the ladies dancing with her that they must be coordinated or get cut.

“Prove to me you’ve got some coordination.”

:You know you that b**** when you cause all this controversy,: Beyoncé sings — and she does have controversy swirling around her with those who fill internet forums and social media points with all the signs from Beyoncé’s latest videos that seemingly show a dark side. But her best revenge is paper — or money — as Beyoncé sings in the new “Formation (Dirty)” video, which shows Beyoncé atop a New Orleans police car and drowning in the end. It’s an eerie and ominous sight that one wouldn’t want an artist to create. Certainly Beyoncé knows about art imitating life, and those who love the fierce singer wouldn’t want that to happen in real life.

Specifically, the floodwaters that Hurricane Katrina brought to New Orleans is a haunting image to remember as Beyoncé’s “Formation (Dirty)” video recalls those who died in real life in that tragedy — or at least brings them to mind with that horrible ending.

But Beyoncé rhymes about being reckless when she wears Givenchy, and being possessive over her husband, Shawn “Jay-Z” Carter, so she rocks his Roc Nation stuff.

“So reckless when I rock my Givenchy.”

With long blonde box braids, Beyoncé looks as beautiful as ever in the “Formation (Dirty)” video as she sings about slaying all day with her girls. And now Blue has apparently been indoctrinated into the crew, looking just as pretty as her mommy.

“I slay all day. We slay.”

On Twitter, folks like Jamilah Lemieux are praising Beysus for slaying so well.

“Beyoncé’s new video has Blue Ivy, Afros, New Orleans, Big Freeda, Red Lobster, Black Lives Matter. She just owned February.”

Beyoncé proves her perfectionist side when she encourages the women to get in formation and inspires the ladies to get their coordination down pat to avoid being cut from the lineup. And then there’s the line about a man f****** her good so he can get taken to Red Lobster, or get his ditty played on the radio.

“Might get your song played on the radio station.”

Beyoncé calls herself a “black Bill Gates in the making” and sings about Dirty Alabama and baby hair — even as she rocks some seriously long box braids throughout most of the “Formation (Dirty)” video.

“Earned all this money but they can’t take the country out me.”

Put Louisiana and Texas together and you’ve got Texas Bamba, sings Beyoncé — and she prefers “Negro Jackson 5 nostrils” as well. Apparently the nose jobs didn’t go over well with Beyoncé that some Jackson Family members seemingly had done. But she waxes on about those things that plenty of African-Americans joke about loving: including the fact that carrying around hot sauce is a necessity.

“Hot sauce in my bag swag. Oh yes, I like that. I do not come to play with you h**s. Cornbread and collard greens.”

With her long weave and long nails and hip thrusting, Beyoncé is once again slaying with the “Formation (Dirty)” video, as reported by Rolling Stone. But with that haunting ending that seems to drown Beyoncé — what exactly is she killing?

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