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Beyoncé vs. Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker (copy montage)
Well , Beyonce has never been known for her originality . If Beyonce wants to be a true icon and continue the legacy of Michael Jackson, as her PR team inaccurately tries to force people to believe, then she will have to move beyond simply being inspired and learn to inspire others.
Keersmaeker on Beyonce.
“I’m not mad, but this is plagiarism. This is stealing. It’s a bit rude. What’s rude about it is that they don’t even bother about hiding it.”
“Beyonce is not the worst copycat; she sings and dances very well, and she has a good taste! On the other hand, there are protocols and consequences to such actions, and I can’t imagine she and her team are not aware of it.
“In the 1980s, this was seen as a statement of girl power, based on assuming a feminine stance on sexual expression. I was often asked then if it was feminist. Now that I see Beyoncé dancing it, I find it pleasant but I don’t see any edge to it. It’s seductive in an entertaining consumerist way.”
This situation follows a similar problem in 2008 where Beyonce was also accused of stealing her ‘Single Ladies’ routine from Bob Fosse until she was forced to state where she discovered the dance.
rihanna stole that from beyonce u brainless faggot
Beyonce had the whole dance on the beach concept back in 2003 with baby boy. You tried it though, just didn’t succeed. #poordat
J.Lo rocked the beach concept way earlier though in “Love don’t cost a thing” choreos etc. We posted that with the caption “just saying” why you so mad ? Either ways she’s probably going backwards . Bye