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Thread started 08/30/06 4:37pm

dancerella

Aw shit Beyonce is Creole now!

Yes i'm stirring up shit. So what i'm bored and feel like it. I'm not a Beyonce hater. I actually like her and Destiniy's Child but I heard a song has leaked called "creole" that she recorded. Does this mean she is no longer black?

When is this chicks time up? I do like her as i've said before but she is over exposed in my opinion. She's been on top for about 6 years already. When will the madness stop?
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Reply #1 posted 08/30/06 4:39pm

jayaredee

I don't think her new album will do that good, though I have to say i really enjoyed it.
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Reply #2 posted 08/30/06 4:45pm

dancerella

jayaredee said:

I don't think her new album will do that good, though I have to say i really enjoyed it.



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Reply #3 posted 08/30/06 4:45pm

nurse

eek What's with all the Beyonce hate? I like her I just think that she has become overexposed, but that's still a BAD BITCH!.
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Reply #4 posted 08/30/06 4:46pm

dancerella

nurse said:

eek What's with all the Beyonce hate? I like her I just think that she has become overexposed, but that's still a BAD BITCH!.



she is way over exposed if you ask me. they should think about her slowing down sometimes.
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Reply #5 posted 08/30/06 4:47pm

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dancerella said:

jayaredee said:

I don't think her new album will do that good, though I have to say i really enjoyed it.



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Reply #6 posted 08/30/06 4:48pm

wonder505

What's going on in the Org. Dissing CDs and artist before the cd has a chance to be heard?
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Reply #7 posted 08/30/06 4:55pm

JackieBlue

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I can’t get past the lyrics and again she sounds like she’s a little loud.

Creole! When I look real good
Creole! When ever I talk real good


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Reply #8 posted 08/30/06 5:07pm

Scorpion

Yea, her mother is Creole...she's talked about her ancestry from the beginning. I think the madness will stop once the general public decides they are tired of her, not internet opinion. Her song "Deja Vu" is doing very well across the world. Minus Fox News, her album has been getting wonderful reviews too.
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memories mar my mind
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Reply #9 posted 08/30/06 5:17pm

dancerella

JackieBlue said:

I can’t get past the lyrics and again she sounds like she’s a little loud.

Creole! When I look real good
Creole! When ever I talk real good


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ew, please don't tell me those are the lyrics!
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Reply #10 posted 08/30/06 5:26pm

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dancerella said:

JackieBlue said:

I can’t get past the lyrics and again she sounds like she’s a little loud.

Creole! When I look real good
Creole! When ever I talk real good


sad



ew, please don't tell me those are the lyrics!


A little of the chorus. nod
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Reply #11 posted 08/30/06 5:35pm

PFunkjazz

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JackieBlue said:

dancerella said:




ew, please don't tell me those are the lyrics!


A little of the chorus. nod



Damn. couldn't she have just said

Hi yella! cuz I gots good hair
Hi yella! cuz I talks real fine
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Reply #12 posted 08/30/06 5:50pm

TotalAlisa

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i think it is easy for Artist like beyonce to achieve the number 1 spot....
she is famous world wide, most people know her name, and she is every where...
i also think the success of a song depends on the popularity of an artist...
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Reply #13 posted 08/30/06 5:58pm

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Scorpion said:

Yea, her mother is Creole...she's talked about her ancestry from the beginning. I think the madness will stop once the general public decides they are tired of her, not internet opinion. Her song "Deja Vu" is doing very well across the world. Minus Fox News, her album has been getting wonderful reviews too.
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Reply #14 posted 08/30/06 6:18pm

nurse

TotalAlisa said:

i think it is easy for Artist like beyonce to achieve the number 1 spot....
she is famous world wide, most people know her name, and she is every where...
i also think the success of a song depends on the popularity of an artist...




Very true razz .
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Reply #15 posted 08/30/06 6:33pm

chuckaducci

Us black folks have been so dogged out, denigrated, beat on, oppressed, (insert any adjective you see fit) throughout the course of our history in this country, that in order to make ourselves feel better or special and forget our original ancestry, which America takes great delight in making us feel ashamed of, love to associate ourselves with other cultures. By the way, I'm mixed with Cherokee and Irish. Whoop dee damn doo.



Me, Beyonce and most Black Americans, are just that - black. She needs to stop trippin'. I guess this issue still gets me heated.
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Reply #16 posted 08/30/06 6:37pm

nurse

chuckaducci said:

Us black folks have been so dogged out, denigrated, beat on, oppressed, (insert any adjective you see fit) throughout the course of our history in this country, that in order to make ourselves feel better or special and forget our original ancestry, which America takes great delight in making us feel ashamed of, love to associate ourselves with other cultures. By the way, I'm mixed with Cherokee and Irish. Whoop dee damn doo.



Me, Beyonce and most Black Americans, are just that - black. She needs to stop trippin'. I guess this issue still gets me heated.



Amen bow.
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Reply #17 posted 08/30/06 6:59pm

SweetKreme

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chuckaducci said:

Us black folks have been so dogged out, denigrated, beat on, oppressed, (insert any adjective you see fit) throughout the course of our history in this country, that in order to make ourselves feel better or special and forget our original ancestry, which America takes great delight in making us feel ashamed of, love to associate ourselves with other cultures. By the way, I'm mixed with Cherokee and Irish. Whoop dee damn doo.



Me, Beyonce and most Black Americans, are just that - black. She needs to stop trippin'. I guess this issue still gets me heated.


True dat! -- All of us are mixed - truthfully - we could never trace our true ancestry do to family seperation and slave rapes so I agree with you on - However, if it's easier for her to trace her roots and she wants to honor her ancestry I say big-ups to her -- I have Cherokee and African artifacts and figurines all over my house -- that's my heritage and I will honor it - we all should -- not on no "pretending to be" shit but simply because it's who we are.
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Reply #18 posted 08/30/06 7:12pm

chuckaducci

I agree with you, on some aspects. However, I think, for the most part, when Black people bring up elements of their ancestry that isn't African, they do so in order to feel "special" or "better" about themselves - as if being exclusively descended from Africa isn't enough to feel those things. I don't think God designed humankind in such a fashion; being mixed doesn't make one instrinsically better than someone who isn't. He doesn't put more stock into mixed people than he does those who aren't. All of us on this earth are beautiful. Some of us have been systematically and deliberately programmed to think otherwise.


I dunno, I take Beyonce hyping her mom's Creole roots as her saying "Look at me! I'm pretty! I'm mixed! I'm not 100% African! I'm set apart from Black people! My momma's got good hair!" GTFO with that BS.
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Reply #19 posted 08/30/06 7:16pm

TotalAlisa

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i heard the song... it sounds terrible and the lyrics are bad... i cant believe she was tyring to brag about being mixed with white... and that creols are better... beyonce is fair complexion... but she has a black nose... and high cheek bones... she looks like a regular black girl... that is light complexion
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Reply #20 posted 08/30/06 7:19pm

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chuckaducci said:

I agree with you, on some aspects. However, I think, for the most part, when Black people bring up elements of their ancestry that isn't African, they do so in order to feel "special" or "better" about themselves - as if being exclusively descended from Africa isn't enough to feel those things. I don't think God designed humankind in such a fashion; being mixed doesn't make one instrinsically better than someone who isn't. He doesn't put more stock into mixed people than he does those who aren't. All of us on this earth are beautiful. Some of us have been systematically and deliberately programmed to think otherwise.


I dunno, I take Beyonce hyping her mom's Creole roots as her saying "Look at me! I'm pretty! I'm mixed! I'm not 100% African! I'm set apart from Black people! My momma's got good hair!" GTFO with that BS.


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Reply #21 posted 08/30/06 8:15pm

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dancerella said:

JackieBlue said:

I can’t get past the lyrics and again she sounds like she’s a little loud.

Creole! When I look real good
Creole! When ever I talk real good


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ew, please don't tell me those are the lyrics!


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Reply #22 posted 08/30/06 8:56pm

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chuckaducci said:

Us black folks have been so dogged out, denigrated, beat on, oppressed, (insert any adjective you see fit) throughout the course of our history in this country, that in order to make ourselves feel better or special and forget our original ancestry, which America takes great delight in making us feel ashamed of, love to associate ourselves with other cultures. By the way, I'm mixed with Cherokee and Irish. Whoop dee damn doo.



Me, Beyonce and most Black Americans, are just that - black. She needs to stop trippin'. I guess this issue still gets me heated.



Thank you. That sh!t drives me nuts(Tiger Woods, are u listening?). Whenever black folks do that nonsense around me, I'm out the door - I don't want to hear it. Because of my skin color, people ask me do I have Native American or white blood. I do, but I just tell them I'm black. It's my culture - it's how I think and how I feel. Black parents need to do a better job of instilling black pride in their kids. There's NO EXCUSE for this type of thinking today. It's pathetic so many don't know what time it is.

In the words of Lawrence Fishburne, "WAAAAAKE UUUUUP!!!!"
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Reply #23 posted 08/31/06 1:02am

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JackieBlue said:

I can’t get past the lyrics and again she sounds like she’s a little loud.

Creole! When I look real good
Creole! When ever I talk real good


sad


lol. what's next. prince gonna sing about his italian roots?

italian, i might wear heels but i walk like a man
italian, when i talk i gesture with my hands


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Reply #24 posted 08/31/06 1:14am

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IstenSzek said:

JackieBlue said:

I can’t get past the lyrics and again she sounds like she’s a little loud.

Creole! When I look real good
Creole! When ever I talk real good


sad


lol. what's next. prince gonna sing about his italian roots?

italian, i might wear heels but i walk like a man
italian, when i talk i gesture with my hands


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Reply #25 posted 08/31/06 2:12am

clockwise

what do u mean. just coz her song is called creole doesn't mean nuthing cept that she digs prince.
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Reply #26 posted 08/31/06 5:36am

Rhondab

black folks neva just wanna be just black....



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Reply #27 posted 08/31/06 6:02am

Duggs

"Jus cuz u light dont make ya white"

I actually thought B was repping for New Orleans and what not. So i think if she can help out and keep some media attention on what's going on in the Gulf Coast. Then let her be creole, she already sold out a long time ago in my opinion (see blonde wig)
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Reply #28 posted 08/31/06 6:06am

uPtoWnNY

Rhondab said:

black folks neva just wanna be just black....



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Reply #29 posted 08/31/06 7:25am

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chuckaducci said:

[broke it the hell down here]

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i mean gotdamn, i'm part creole too. does that make me and everybody else who has creole (or whatever else) roots automatically special? hell to the naw. 'sides, from the small lyrical blurbs that have been posted on here, i think she knows not of which she speaks--or sings.

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