President Obama once said while appearing at a fundraiser: “Beyoncé could not be a better role model for my girls because she carries herself with such class and poise and has so much talent.”

The president may have to update his policy on Beyonce after she released her new video from the visual album “Lemonade,” which depicts the singer smashing countless car windows and other objects into oblivion with a baseball bat.


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The song and video, called “Hold Up,” seems to be about Beyonce getting revenge on husband Jay Z for cheating on her. Indeed, all of “Lemonade” appears to be Beyonce saying she’s made lemonade from lemons– meaning she’s somehow stuck it out in a bad marriage despite lying and infidelity.

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That sounds more like the Clintons’ story than the Obamas’. What’s very interesting is that Jay Z doesn’t show up on the “Lemonade” songs as he did on Beyonce’s last album.

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And the only reason she may have given his Tidal service an exclusive is that as his wife, she’s also his business partner. The lyrics: “I’d rather be crazy” than being “walked all over lately.” She asks: “Are you cheating on me?” “Back up hold up/They don’t love you like I love you.” Jeez Louise. “I’m gonna f– me up a bitch.” Beyonce sings that she’s been going through his “call list.” h/t showbiz411

The Drudge Report featured a screencap on the video showing Bey wielding the bat, captioning the post “Beyonce Urban Terrorist.”

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