A bolder Beyoncé reveals herself in the May 2016 cover story of Elle magazine. For the first time on record Queen Bey addresses the controversy from the “Formation” video and Super Bowl 50 performance, with an unapologetically firm stance on police brutality.
When you think of the nuances of being a Black woman, Elle magazine isn’t the first place that comes to mind. Nevertheless, it’s website posted want amounts ti anti-Black Girl Magic editorial, and Black Twitter was not here for it.
What better time than now for ELLE to reveal their latest cover starlet as Rihanna, following her return to Instagram? And by the looks of it, bad gyal RiRi is back like we’ve never seen her before.
As Teyana Taylor’s “Maybe” continues to set the viral universe ablaze, she maintains busy whilst globe-trotting her native Harlem World, stringing along some folks from ELLE magazine.