Noname Criticizes Beyoncé’s New ‘Black is King’ Film. Noname is known to always share her ‘unpopular’ opinions, she has now raised that she has concerns with Beyoncé’s delivery on her film/visual album ‘Black Is King’.
Female rapper Noname has took to Twitter yesterday on the 31st of July 2020, to share her critical opinion on Beyoncé‘s ‘Black Is King’ film which has recently dropped. She has classified the film as “African aesthetic draped in capitalism’.
The 28 year old rapper tweeted “we love african aesthetic draped in capitalism. hope we remember the blk folks on the continent whose daily lives are impacted by u.s imperialism. if we can uplift the imagery i hope we can uplift those who will never be able to access it. black liberation is a global struggly”.
Noname then further retweeted information about anti-government protests occurring in Zimbabwe. The rapper is making it known as much as the African aesthetic is used, people usually do not engage and know about the real major situations which are affecting African people.
The ‘Diddy Bop’rapper is making it clear that the African aesthetic was used while simultaneously ignoring the fight for systematic reform that is currently taking place. As much as the film tells a good story it does not assist in assisting Africans overcome the ills taking place in their country.
Noname recently also had a famous squabble with J Cole about the role of Black elites and celebrities in the revolution. She is very open to sharing her thoughts and wants to always engage in topics of that kind about things affecting the world. Many people have been against that she is criticizing Beyoncé’s film.