It’s been one of many biggest mysteries about Beyonce – and there’s fairly a number of – however the pop star has finally revealed whether Destiny’s Child was excessive on marijuana during that iconic interview from the noughties.
Back in 2001, Beyonce, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams sat down for an interview with Amsterdam-based media outlet Toazted, the place they mentioned all manners of random matters from writing songs to dating and, famously, their spirit animals.
Fans have lengthy debated whether the Survivor hitmakers were truly excessive during the prolonged interview, as they slurred their phrases, giggled, pulled foolish faces and rambled from matter to matter.
Plus, the interview did happen in Amsterdam the place weed is definitely obtainable.
But finally, Beyonce has settled the rating on whether she and her ladies were on a excessive or giddy for an additional cause.
The Formation singer took half in a Q&A with fans via Elle UK and was requested if she would nonetheless be a whale, in reference to her reply within the 2001 interview.
‘I still love whales. And I love being in the ocean,’ Beyonce replied.
‘And that video was after a 16-hour press day. Not marijuana!!’
And there you might have it, Bey, Kelly and Michelle were merely drained, guys.
Although we’d nonetheless like to know if Michelle can be a black panther and if Beyonce nonetheless needs to write down a track for her about, nicely, being a black panther.
Elsewhere in her refreshingly trustworthy chat, Beyonce revealed her pet peeve is ‘people smacking when they eat’, she prefers speaking to texting however sends prolonged paragraphs when she does, and will eat Oreos for per week.
Oh, and she’s not pregnant FYI so would love everybody to ‘get off [her] ovaries’.
On a extra critical word, the 38-year-old opened up concerning the feedback she usually receives about her weight and admitted she provides ‘zero f***s’ about what folks understand to be true magnificence.
‘If somebody instructed me 15 years in the past that my physique would undergo so many adjustments and fluctuations, and that I’d really feel extra womanly and safe with my curves, I’d not have believed them.
‘But children and maturity have taught me to value myself beyond my physical appearance and really understand that I am more than enough no matter what stage I’m at in life,’ she defined.
‘Giving zero f***s is the most liberating place to be. Also knowing true beauty is something you cannot see. I wish more people focused on discovering the beauty within themselves rather than critiquing other folks’ grills.’
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