Beyonce caused some recent controversy with her new album, which included a sample of audio from the space shuttle Challenger disaster and references to Tina Turner's past domestic abuse. Don't worry though, Queen B has apologized for the former.
We don't think Mrs. Carter is going to like this -- though then again, she may not care! Beyonce's self-titled album, 'Beyonce,' has already been pirated over 240,000 times since its release on Dec. 13.
It seems as if Beyonce can do no wrong -- after all, she just blew up the Internet and shattered records with the release of her self-titled, visual album, 'Beyonce.' But Queen Bey's latest effort is also kicking up some controversy, with one song referencing Tina Turner's abuse …
Beyonce really doesn't need Target to sell her fifth album, the self-titled 'Beyonce.' The singer did a pretty bang up job shifting 617,000 copies in less than a week, without their help and with no advance notice or press.
Beyonce can keep a secret! The 'Rocket' singer just dropped a record with no promo leading up to it as a complete surprise -- and even the people she worked with on the visual side had no clue it was coming.
Beyonce is almost as famous for her classy and gracious nature as she is for her powerhouse pipes and killer dance moves, so we're taking this news with a grain of salt -- or sand, as it were. Could Beyonce really be banned from the pyramids in Egypt ... due to rudeness?