Is Rihanna aiming shots at Beyonce‘s latest cut, ‘Bow Down‘?
Well, if a recent tweet posted by the ‘No Love Allowed’ singer is anything to go by, some might say the answer to that question is a definite yes, after data collected by the UK’s 4Music saw her accurately billed the nation’s most influential Pop star.
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Upon catching wind of the report, the Pop Princess shared the following message on her personal Instagram page. A message, which though celebrates her own personal win, uses words that seem to be in direct reference to ‘Bow’… as seen below…
Indeed, it’s the ‘How dat feel down there on ya knees’ that some fans of Ms. ‘Crazy In Love’ up in arms, following reports that lyrics in ‘Bow‘ were in direct reference to the likes of Rihanna….’I know when you were little girls, you dreamt of being in my world‘.
If she was taking aim at the singer/songwriter, she wouldn’t be the first chart topper to do so in the last week.
For, after enlisting ‘Bijoux 22‘ vocalist Elijah Blake to work on their latest respective albums, the ‘We Found Love‘ star would follow in Keyshia Cole‘s suit in blasting ‘Bow’.
Elijah Blake: ‘XOX’
A singer, who suggested the jam made the ‘Chime For Change’ front woman seem hypocritical considering she has spent years campaigning for female equality via the medium of her material (see ‘Independent Women’, ‘Run The World‘, ‘Single Ladies‘)