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    Megan Thee Stallion Still Stunned by Grammy Victories as She Calls Her Win With Beyonce 'Epic'


    The ‘Hot Girl Summer’ hitmaker still ‘can’t believe’ she won three Golden Gramophones, including sharing a Best Rap Performance honour with Beyonce Knowles.

    Mar 16, 2021
    AceShowbiz – Megan Thee Stallion is in shock after the star picked up three Grammy Awards on Sunday (14Mar21) night.
    The 26-year-old singer admitted it “feels amazing” to have scooped Best New Artist, Best Rap Performance and Best Rap Song – the latter two for her “Savage” remix with Beyonce – as well as performing with Cardi B.
    She told Entertainment Tonight, “I couldn’t believe I was here when I got here and I can’t believe I’m leaving here with three of these.”
    Megan also admitted it was an “epic moment” for her to go on stage holding hands with Beyonce to accept their Best Rap Performance honour.

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    She said, “It was such an epic moment. Beyonce is just a treasure to everybody in Houston, pretty sure everybody in the world, but specifically where we are from we just absolutely love Beyonce. And to have her just seal the deal for me, it’s like a pat on the back like, ‘I am proud of you girl.’ ”
    That win allowed Beyonce to tie with Alison Krauss for the most Grammys awarded to a female artist, with 27, and she went on to break the record later in the evening after winning Best R&B Song for “Black Parade”, and Megan was thrilled by the achievement.
    She said, “It’s important, being a Black woman entertainer and Black woman in general. We are here, we here to stay, we gonna stay over.”
    As well as her wins, Megan joined Cardi B on stage for a performance of their hit single “WAP” – which followed her collaborator’s rendition of “Up” – before singing her own tracks “Body” and “Savage”, and she admitted they had been working on the segment for a long time.
    She said, “We spent so many weeks, I think it was a whole month preparing for this performance, and to see it all come together, I am so happy.”

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    Beyonce, John Legend, Kanye West and More Among Early Winners at 2021 Grammy Awards


    The ‘Brown-Skinned Girl’ singer, the ‘All of Me’ hitmaker, and the ‘Jesus Is King’ star have scooped Golden Gramophones early during the biggest night in music.

    Mar 15, 2021
    AceShowbiz – Beyonce and her daughter Blue Ivy, Lady Gaga, Ariana Grande, Beck, Billie Eilish, John Legend, and Kanye West were among the early Grammy winners on Sunday (14Mar21), as they picked up honours at the virtual Premiere Ceremony.
    Beyonce and Blue Ivy claimed the Best Music Video prize for “Brown-Skinned Girl” while Kanye landed the Best Contemporary Christian Music Album award for “Jesus Is King”.
    Beck was among the group that claimed the Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical for Hyperspace, Billie Eilish and her brother Finneas collected the Best Song Written For Visual Media prize for their James Bond theme “No Time To Die”, and John Legend’s “Bigger Love” was named Best R&B Album.

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    There were also early wins for “Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice”, which scored the Best Music Film prize, PJ Morton (Best Gospel Album), Nas (Best Rap Album), Megan Thee Stallion (Best Rap Performance), Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande (Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for “Rain On Me”), and Grupo Niche (Best Tropical Latin Album), while the late John Prine, a victim of the COVID-19 pandemic, was honoured with the Best American Roots Performance and Best American Roots Song gongs for his final recording, “I Remember Everything”.
    Early double winners also included Fiona Apple, late jazz great Chick Corea, and Maria Schneider.
    The list of some selected early winners for the 63rd Grammys:
    Best Contemporary Christian Music Album: “Jesus Is King” – Kanye West
    Best Compilation Soundtrack For Visual Media: “Jojo Rabbit” – Taika Waititi, compilation producer
    Best Score Soundtrack For Visual Media: “Joker” – Hildur Guonadottir, composer
    Best Song Written For Visual Media: “No Time To Die” – Billie Eilish O’Connell & Finneas Baird O’Connell, songwriters (Billie Eilish)
    Best Music Video: “Brown Skin Girl” – Beyonce Knowles, Blue Ivy, & WizKid
    Best Traditional R&B Performance: “Anything For You” – Ledisi
    Best R&B Song: “Better Than I Imagined” – Robert Glasper, Meshell Ndegeocello & Gabriella Wilson, songwriters (Robert Glasper Featuring H.E.R. & Meshell Ndegeocello)
    Best Progressive R&B Album: “It Is What It Is” – Thundercat
    Best R&B Album: “Bigger Love” – John Legend
    Best Rap Album: “King’s Disease” – Nas
    Best Rap Performance: “Savage” – Megan Thee Stallion Featuring Beyonce Knowles
    Best Pop Duo/Group Performance: “Rain On Me” – Lady Gaga with Ariana Grande
    Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album: “American Standard” – James Taylor
    Best Rock Performance: “Shameika” – Fiona Apple
    Best Metal Performance: “Bum-Rush” – Body Count
    Best Rock Song: “Stay High” – Brittany Howard
    Best Rock Album: “The New Abnormal” – The Strokes
    Best Country Solo Performance: “When My Amy Prays” – Vince Gill
    Best Country Duo/Group Performance: “10,000 Hours” – Dan + Shay & Justin Bieber
    Best Country Song: “Crowded Table” – Brandi Carlile, Natalie Hemby, & Lori McKenna, songwriters (The Highwomen)

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    Beyonce Not Performing at Grammys Despite Leading Nominations


    The Recording Academy confirms the ‘Formation’ hitmaker is not among the musical guests at the upcoming Grammy Awards, calling her absence ‘unfortunate.’

    Mar 14, 2021
    AceShowbiz – Beyonce will not perform at the 2021 Grammy Awards despite receiving nine nominations.
    Although the 39-year-old star has been nominated for nine awards at the ceremony – which will take place in Los Angeles on Sunday (14Mar21), Beyonce will not be among the performers, Recording Academy interim chief executive Harvey Mason Jr has confirmed.
    He told The Los Angeles Times, “It’s unfortunate, because she’s such a big part of the Recording Academy. We absolutely wish we had her onstage.”
    Asked whether viewers might find it strange that Beyonce will not perform, producer Ben Winston admitted, “They might.”
    Meanwhile, Ben also revealed that the In Memoriam segment will be extended to 12 minutes and feature several artists paying tribute to musicians including John Prine, who died last April from COVID-19.

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    Meanwhile, The Weeknd recently revealed that he won’t have anything to do with The Grammys in the future, after previously calling the awards “corrupt.”
    He said, “Because of the secret committees I will no longer allow my label to submit my music to the Grammys.”
    And he previously said, “The Grammys remain corrupt. You owe me, my fans and the industry transparency…”
    The Grammy Awards this coming weekend is expected to be opened by Harry Styles.
    The announcement came after former One Direction Bandmate Zayn Malik cursed out the Recording Academy. “F**k the grammys and everyone associated,” he vented his anger on Twitter in a surprise post. “Unless you shake hands and send gifts, there’s no nomination considerations. Next year I’ll send you a basket of confectionary.”

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    Beyonce's Mother Defends Jay-Z as He's Called 'Sellout' for Producing Super Bowl Halftime Show


    Tina Knowles-Lawson has come to her son-in-law’s defense as he faces criticisms for being in charge of the Super Bowl LV halftime show headlined by The Weeknd.

    Feb 24, 2021
    AceShowbiz – Beyonce’s mother Tina Knowles-Lawson has praised her son-in-law Jay-Z, calling the rapper a “true man” in a gushing open letter.
    Tina shared the letter to Instagram after it was announced that the “Empire State of Mind” star had sold 50 per cent of his champagne brand, Armand de Brignac, to luxury goods company LVMH’s Moet Hennessy.
    “Jay I salute you and your Latest venture … You are a bad ass brother and I hope that you continue to pave the way for others like you have in the past!!” Tina wrote. “And I have seen such extreme kindness and generosity so many times that people don’t even know anything about! You are a true man who has admitted publicly when you’ve made mistakes in a very brave and classy way! You have in turn influenced the Culture of Young Black Men. You are a Bad Ass brother. I love you so much!!”
    Tina also referenced the way that Jay, who shares three children with wife Beyonce, and his record label Roc Nation had helped curate the Super Bowl LV entertainment.

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    “Everyone was psyched about it! Each person that performed Jazmine Sullivan, H.E.R. and The Weekend all slaying their performances and making Black Excellence shine and us all proud,” she continued. “I could not help but remember when J took on being in charge of the Entertainment at the Super Bowl, and saying that things would never change unless we had someone on the inside that could make decisions. Someone at the top.”
    Despite the fact that he was called “a sellout” for the Super Bowl commitment, Jay “kept it moving” – with Tina commenting, “One thing that I’ve noticed about Jay is that he doesn’t let what people say bully him into not doing the things that he knows are right.”

    Beyonce’s Destiny’s Child bandmate Michelle Williams was among those commenting on Tina’s post, using red heart emojis to express her love of the letter.

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    'Ma Rainey's Black Bottom' and Beyonce Among Nominees at NAACP Image Awards 2021


    Netflix leads the nominations at the upcoming 52nd annual NAACP Image Awards with more than 50 nods, thanks to moviem like ‘Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom’ and ‘Da 5 Bloods’.

    Feb 3, 2021
    AceShowbiz – Netflix bosses are celebrating after landing 51 nominations for the 52nd NAACP Image Awards.
    Films and series like “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom”, “Bridgerton”, and “Da 5 Bloods” lead the way to give the streaming service the edge over mainstream U.S. TV and cable networks and rivals like HBO Max and Apple TV+.
    Top shows and films like “Black-ish”, “Miss Juneteenth”, “Soul”, “I May Destroy You”, and “Insecure” are also up for big prizes, while D-Nice, Regina King, Viola Davis, Trevor Noah, and Tyler Perry are up for Entertainer of the Year.
    Among the multiple music nominees are Beyonce Knowles, Big Sean, Drake, and Chloe x Halle.
    The awards will be handed out on 27 March (21).
    The list of some selected nominees is:
    Social Justice Impact:
    April Ryan
    Debbie Allen
    LeBron James
    Stacey Abrams
    Tamika Mallory

    Entertainer of the Year:

    Outstanding Comedy Series:

    Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series:

    Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series:

    Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series:

    Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series:

    Outstanding Drama Series:

    Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series:

    Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series:

    Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series:

    Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series:

    Outstanding Television Movie, Limited-Series or Dramatic Special:

    Outstanding Actor in a Television Movie, Limited-Series or Dramatic Special:

    Outstanding Actress in a Television Movie, Limited-Series or Dramatic Special:

    Outstanding News/Information (Series or Special):
    “AM Joy: Remembering John Lewis Special” (MSNBC)
    “Desus & Mero: The Obama Interview” (Showtime)
    “The Color of Covid” (CNN)
    “The New York Times Presents “The Killing of Breonna Taylor”” (FX)
    “The Reidout” (NBC)

    Outstanding Talk Series:

    Outstanding Reality Program, Reality Competition or Game Show (Series):

    Outstanding Variety Show (Series or Special):
    “8:46” (Netflix)
    “Black Is King” (Disney+)
    “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Reunion” (HBO Max)
    “Yvonne Orji: Momma I Made It!” (HBO)

    Outstanding Children’s Program:
    “Bookmarks: Celebrating Black Voices” (Netflix)
    “Craig of the Creek” (Cartoon Network)
    “Family Reunion” (Netflix)
    “Raven’s Home” (Disney Channel)
    “We Are the Dream: The Kids of the Oakland MLK Oratorical” (HBO)

    Outstanding Performance by a Youth (Series, Special, Television Movie or Limited-Series) :

    Outstanding Host in a Talk or News/Information (Series or Special) – Individual or Ensemble:

    Outstanding Host in a Reality/Reality Competition, Game Show or Variety (Series or Special) – Individual or Ensemble:

    Outstanding Guest Performance – Comedy or Drama Series:

    Outstanding Animated Series:

    Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance (Television):

    Outstanding Short Form Series – Comedy or Drama:
    “#FreeRayshawn” (Quibi)
    “CripTales” (BBC America)
    “Lazor Wulf” (Adult Swim)
    “Mapleworth Murders” (Quibi)
    “Sincerely, Camille” (OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network)

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    Outstanding Performance in a Short Form Series:

    Outstanding Short Form Series – Reality/Nonfiction:
    “American Masters – “Unladylike2020” (PBS)
    “Benedict Men” (Quibi)
    “Between The Scenes – The Daily Show” (Comedy Central)
    “In The Making” (PBS)
    “Inspire Change Series” (NFL Network)

    Outstanding Breakthrough Creative (Television)
    Katori Hall – “P-Valley” (Starz)
    Keith Knight – “Woke” (Hulu)
    Ramy Youssef – “Ramy” (Hulu)
    Raynelle Swilling – “Cherish the Day” (OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network)
    Teri Schaffer – “Cherish the Day” (OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network)

    Outstanding New Artist:
    Chika – “High Rises” (Warner Records)
    Doja Cat – “Say So” (RCA Records/Kemosabe )
    D Smoke – “Black Habits” (WoodWorks Records / EMPIRE)
    Giveon – “When It’s All Said And Done” (Epic Records)
    Skip Marley – “Higher Place” (Island Records/ Tuff Gong Records)

    Outstanding Male Artist:

    Outstanding Female Artist:

    Outstanding Music Video/Visual Album:

    Outstanding Album:

    Outstanding Soundtrack/Compilation Album:
    “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” (Music from the Netflix Film) – Branford Marsalis (Milan)
    “Insecure: Music from the HBO Original Series” – Various Artists (Atlantic Records)
    “Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey” – Various Artists (Atlantic Records )
    “Soul Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” – Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross, Jon Batiste, and Tom MacDougall (Walt Disney Records)
    “The First Ladies of Gospel: The Clark Sisters Biopic Soundtrack” – Donald Lawrence (Releve Entertainment)

    Outstanding Soul/R&B Song:
    “I Can’t Breathe” – H.E.R. (RCA Records/MBK Entertainment)
    “Anything tor You” – LEDISI (Listen Back Entertainment/BMG)
    “B.S.” feat. H.E.R. – Jhene Aiko (Def Jam Recordings)
    “Black Parade” – Beyonce Knowles (Columbia Record/ Parkwood)
    “Do It” – Chloe x Halle (Columbia Record/ Parkwood)

    Outstanding Hip Hop/Rap Song:

    Outstanding Duo, Group or Collaboration (Traditional)
    Alicia Keys feat. Jill Scott – “Jill Scott” (RCA Records)
    Chloe x Halle – “Wonder What She Thinks Of Me” (Columbia Record/ Parkwood)
    Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis feat. Babyface – “He Don’t Know Nothin’ Bout It” (BMG)
    Kem feat. Toni Braxton – “Live Out Your Love” (Motown Records)
    Ledisi and PJ Morton – “Anything For You” (Listen Back Entertainment/BMG)

    Outstanding Duo, Group or Collaboration (Contemporary)

    Outstanding Producer of the Year:
    Donald Lawrence
    Jathan Wilson
    Sean Keys

    Outstanding Motion Picture:

    Outstanding Actor in a Motion Picture:

    Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture:

    Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture:

    Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture:

    Outstanding Breakthrough Performance in a Motion Picture:

    Outstanding Ensemble Cast in a Motion Picture:

    Outstanding Animated Motion Picture:

    Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance – Motion Picture:
    Ahmir-Khalib Thompson (aka Questlove) – “Soul” (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)
    Angela Bassett – “Soul” (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)
    Chris Rock – “The Witches” (Warner Bros. Pictures)
    Jamie Foxx – “Soul” (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)
    Phylicia Rashad – “Soul” (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)

    Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series:
    Issa Rae – “Insecure – “Lowkey Feelin’ Myself” (HBO)
    Lee Eisenberg, Kumail Nanjiani, Emily V. Gordon – “Little America – “The Rock” (Apple TV+)
    Michaela Coel – “I May Destroy You – “Ego Death” (HBO)
    Mindy Kaling, Lang Fisher – “Never Have I Ever – “Pilot” (Netflix)
    Rajiv Joseph – “Little America – “The Manager” (Apple TV+)

    Outstanding Writing in a Drama Series:

    Outstanding Writing in a Television Movie or Special:
    Diallo Riddle, Bashir Salahuddin, D. Rodney Carter, Emily Goldwyn, Rob Haze, Zuri Salahuddin, Bennett Webber, Evan Williams, Will Miles – “Sherman’s Showcase Black History Month Spectacular” (IFC)
    Eugene Ashe – “Sylvie’s Love” (Amazon Studios)
    Geri Cole – “The Power of We: A Sesame Street Special” (HBO Max)
    Lin-Manuel Miranda – “Hamilton” (Disney+)
    Sylvia L. Jones, Camille Tucker – “The Clark Sisters: First Ladies of Gospel” (Lifetime)

    Outstanding Writing in a Motion Picture:

    Outstanding Directing in a Comedy Series:
    Anya Adams – “Black-ish – “Hair Day” (ABC)
    Aurora Guerrero – “Little America – “The Jaguar” (Apple TV+)
    Eric Dean Seaton – “Black-ish – “Our Wedding Dre” (ABC)
    Kabir Akhtar – “Never Have I Ever – “… started a nuclear war” (Netflix)
    Sam Miller, Michaela Coel – “I May Destroy You – “Ego Death” (HBO)

    Outstanding Directing in a Drama Series:

    Outstanding Directing in a Television Movie or Special:
    Beyonce Knowles Carter, Emmanuel Adeji, Blitz Bazawule, Kwasi Fordjour – “Black Is King” (Disney+)
    Christine Swanson – “The Clark Sisters: First Ladies of Gospel” (Lifetime)
    Chuck Vinson, Alan Muraoka – “The Power of We: A Sesame Street Special” (HBO Max)
    Eugene Ashe – “Sylvie’s Love” (Amazon Studios)
    Kamilah Forbes – “Between the World and Me” (HBO)

    Outstanding Directing in a Motion Picture:

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    Beyonce Knowles' Daughter Gets Her First Ever Grammy Nomination for 'Brown Skin Girl'

    Weeks after announcing the prestigious awards’ 2021 nominees, Recording Academy adds Blue Ivy Carter in the coveted list alongside Nigerian singer Wizkid who is also featured on the song.

    Dec 12, 2020
    AceShowbiz – Beyonce Knowles’s eight-year-old daughter has officially been credited as a Grammy Award nominee for her contributions to the R&B superstar’s “Brown Skin Girl” video.
    The promo will compete for the Best Music Video prize at the 31 January (21) ceremony, but when the nominations were originally announced last month, Blue Ivy Carter’s name was not mentioned on the shortlist, despite featuring on the tune and in the accompanying visuals.
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    However, that has since been corrected by Recording Academy bosses, who have updated the shortlist on their website to recognise the youngster’s work.

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    Nigerian singer Wizkid, who, like Blue, appears on both the track and in the video, is also a new addition to the Grammy credits for “Brown Skin Girl”, although fellow artist SAINt JHN, whose vocals are featured on “Brown Skin Girl”, is not included as a nominee in the update, reports The Associated Press.
    All three, along with Beyonce and her rap mogul husband Jay-Z, are credited among the co-writers on “Brown Skin Girl”.
    The Grammy Award for Best Music Video is traditionally presented to the main artist and any featured guests on the winning song, in addition to the promo director and producer.
    Blue is Beyonce and Jay-Z’s eldest child, and the kid already boasts BET and NAACP Image awards for lending her vocals to “Brown Skin Girl”. The video for the track was released in July as part of Beyonce’s “Black Is King” visual album.
    The hip-hop supercouple also shares three-year-old twins Sir and Rumi.

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    Dolly Parton Always Hopes Beyonce Would Cover 'Jolene' Someday

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    Aside from talking about her dream rendition of her 1974 tune, the country legend claims one of her proudest moments was Whitney Houston’s 1992 take on her song ‘I Will Always Love You’.

    Dec 7, 2020
    AceShowbiz – Dolly Parton wants Beyonce Knowles to cover her hit “Jolene”.
    So many artists have re-recorded the country queen’s hits, making her a stash of cash over the years, and the 1974 tune is a favourite, but Dolly dreams of one more big hit with the track.
    “Jolene has been recorded more than any other song that I have ever written,” she tells The Big Issue. “It has been recorded worldwide over 400 times in lots of different languages by lots of different bands.”
    “The White Stripes did a wonderful job of it, and many other people. But nobody’s ever had a really big hit record on it. I’ve always hoped somebody might do someday, someone like Beyonce.”

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    Meanwhile, one of Dolly’s proudest moments was the reaction to the late Whitney Houston’s 1992 take on her song “I Will Always Love You”.
    “I had a number one with ‘I Will Always Love You’ twice – once in the 70s, then I did it in the movie ‘The Best Little Whorehouse’ in Texas, and had another number one in the 80s. And then Whitney did it and it was considered one of the greatest love songs of all time. Still to this day I take a lot of pride in that.”
    The 74-year-old made a joke about her and her marriage to Carl Thomas during her appearance in the Wednesday, December 2 episode of “Table Manners” podcast. “My husband and I have been together for 57 years and married for 54, and I’m sick of him and I’m sure he’s sick of me,” she quipped to English singer Jessie Ware and her mom.
    Elsewhere in the chat, the “9 to 5” hitmaker additionally opened up about her weaknesses. When asked about her love for food, she lightheartedly confessed, “My weaknesses have always been men, sex and food and not necessarily in that order.”

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    Beyonce Urged to Respond to Subpoena Over 'Black Is King' Shelter Island Lawsuit

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    Horse farm owner Mike Gaynor has launched legal action against local town council for allegedly allowing the’ Formation’ singer to shoot the video at a historical site in exchange of ‘substantial fee’.

    Nov 30, 2020
    AceShowbiz – A horse farm owner on Shelter Island, New York has ordered lawmakers to force Beyonce Knowles to respond to a subpoena over a legal spat linked to her “Black Is King” visual album.
    Mike Gaynor launched legal action against local town council officials for allegedly allowing the superstar to shoot a video at Sylvester Manor, the former home of slave trader Nathaniel Sylvester in return for an alleged “substantial fee” – and allegedly without having to obtain the proper permits.
    Gaynor said in court docs, “I’m a very wealthy person, and I’m able to defend myself when I’m treated unfairly in my community. What we find so beautiful about Shelter Island is its historical nature, it’s a very simple place, untouched, but increasingly the fact is that if you’re wealthy on the island you’ll be treated one way, and it’s different for everyone else.

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    “The farm was paid a substantial fee for the Filming and was required to sign non-disclosure agreements assuring its secrecy,” Gaynor’s documents continued to read.
    He claims he served Beyonce the subpoena at her East Hampton, New York mansion, and states: “It has now been over a month since Beyonce was served with the Subpoena, and she has not objected to any of the Subpoena… nor has she provided any justification for her failure to respond.”
    “This Court should compel Beyonce to comply… within 14 days issuing a warrant for a Sheriff to bring her to be deposed – or order her to pay costs, penalties, and damages.”
    Beyonce has yet to respond and bosses at Disney, the company which distributed Black is King on streaming site Disney+, insist they simply bought the finished project from Beyonce and had nothing to do with the filming locations she chose.

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