The Internet Still Hasn’t Been Resusciated Following Beyonce’s ‘Lemonade’ Release
Fans still mourning the loss of Prince were given a brief reprieve when Beyonce released her album Lemonade Saturday evening. (April 23) As many watched Bey’s visual display for her sixth-studio LP unfold on HBO, Mrs. Knowles-Carter then forced all our blood pressure to sky rocket when the record unexpectedly (but kind of expectedly) became available on Tidal.
First responders and EMTs were all on hand to help sweep edges into nearby trash bins while resuscitating those who may have gone into a brief cardiac arrest. As fans digested the albums overarching themes such as forgiveness, black womanhood, infidelity, and social justice, Twitter was a flutter. Before the 9 O’clock premiere, Lemonade (which for whatever reason was spelled incorrectly) began trending and as usual, fans, stans, haters and those just looking for a retweet, gave their two cents on Bey’s latest work.
Peep the best reactions here.
— Viktoria (@ViktoriaPringle) April 24, 2016
— Sri Mtz (@srimtz) April 24, 2016
Everyone who’s been cheated on feeeeeeeellllllssss Beyoncé #LEMONAIDE
thank you 🐝
— Marisa Hendrickson (@Marisa_Lyn) April 24, 2016
“What did you do to get ready for church today?”
“Watched #LEMONAIDE 3 more times to cleanse myself from sin.”
— Rebecca Moore (@beccaamoore) April 24, 2016
Musically, #LEMONAIDE isn’t my favorite from Bey. But emotionally….it hits harder for me than anything she’s done
— Hillary A. (@hillaryalexa_) April 24, 2016
#LEMONAIDE is probably the most honest representation of a relationship I’ve ever seen in music or, frankly, art.
— Alex Sorrell (@AlexMSorrell) April 24, 2016
— solange knowles (@solangeknowles) April 24, 2016
— KELENDRIA ROWLAND (@KELLYROWLAND) April 24, 2016
Now do you see why Ye runs to the stage every time this beautiful ball of light looses to Taylor swift. #LEMONAIDE 🍋🐝
— Laura Iyakaremye (@MissyConverse) April 24, 2016