You know what’s crazy? I’ll tell you what’s crazy.™
BEYONCE & Jay-Z.
Like most celebrities and people of means, they think they are above the law.
The couple recently went to Cuba and when people questioned them about that, they got uptight.
Isn’t that the way it is for the rich and famous?
Rules don’t apply when you can bathe in Dom Perrignon and gargle with caviar.
When you got a million dollar jiggle and a gaggle of bling, you can set your own agenda. When the press calls you out on it, you can blame the president for not having your back.
According to an ABC news exclusive; the super couple are shocked by the Cuba blow back.
Nobody gets to go to Cuba unless they are clinging to a barrel and wearing swim fins.
Two of the biggest stars break the law and run their toes in the Caribbean and you don’t think anyone is going to say something?
You can sing off key, but don’t insult us with stupidity, please.
U.S. legislators publicly questioned whether the super couple had the proper permits to make the trip.
Beyonce told Good Morning America, her visit to the communist nation was an enlightening experience.
Well isn’t that nice!
Maybe I’ll rob a bank and call that a cathartic moment that also stimulates my wallet.
I’ll smoke meth and say it’s about broadening my horizons while melting my frontal lobe.
‘You know, it was such a beautiful trip,” she said. “I met some incredible children. I visited some incredible entrepreneurs. And it was really, it was really educational for me. I learned so much about so many people and the country, and it was actually quite shocking,’ she told the abc crew.
The U.S. government bans travel to Cuba except under very specific, strict conditions.
Law? I don’t see no stinking law. It’s like a bad episode of I love Lucy.
“Beyonce!! You got some Splainin to do”
The pair visited to celebrate their fifth wedding anniversary.
Most of us just go to Zales or buy a card.
Beyonce said her career has taught her to ignore critics and apparently laws that govern most Americans.
Jay-Z responded to the critics in a swaggering song.
The song, ‘Open Letter’ calls out the politicians who questioned the legality of the fifth anniversary vacation, which was approved by the Treasury Department, when the rapper says, ‘Politicians never did s**t for me, except lie to me, distort history. They wanna give me jail time and a fine. Fine, let me commit a real crime.’
A real crime? Like singing a song with those lyrics and getting paid for it?