Sure, we might be right in the middle of Coachella 2019, but all anyone on the Internet wants to talk about right now is #BeyChella — and these memes and tweets about Beyoncé’s Homecoming Netflix special prove that nothing unites social media quite like the Queen Bey herself. On Thursday, April 17, the singer released a concert special on Netflix all about her historic Coachella performance in 2018, along with a surprise live album that featured the new arrangements of many of Beyoncé’s iconic songs.
"I had a clear vision for Coachella," Beyoncé revealed about her history-making performance, which paid homage to the Historic Black Colleges and Universities of the United States and their influence on the African American culture, in her Vogue September 2018 cover story. "I was so specific because I’d seen it, I’d heard it, and it was already written inside of me," Beyoncé added, speaking of the show that she rehearsed for 8 months before taking the stage in April 2018.
In the documentary, Beyoncé revealed that her father was a Fisk University alum, and that she always dreamed of attending an HBCU herself. "My college was Destiny’s Child," she said, adding that her desire to honor those institutions never left her. "Instead of me pulling out my flower crown, it was more important that I brought our culture to Coachella," Beyoncé said. "Creating something that will live beyond me … That’s what I want."
Based on the hysterical memes and tweets about just how overwhelmed fans were seeing Homecoming for the first time, it seems as if Beyoncé definitely achieved that goal:
Everyone’s Part Of The BeyHive — Everyone
Netflix will be known as Beyflix from now on — pass it on.
Jaws. Were. Dropped.
There is nothing quite like the fan reaction to Beyoncé.
Bow Down To The Queen’s Talent
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