Watch: Beyonce Declares Support For Gay Marriage Ruling

Published: Wednesday 1st Jul 2015 by Sam

Beyonce continues to show love for the LGBT community.

Following last week’s historic ruling which saw same-sex marriage become legal in all US states, the ‘7/11’ singer employed said track to create her own celebration visual.

Watch the Queen Bey in action after the jump…

Writing to her 40 million followers, the singer said:

Never Too Late #LoveWins

Followed by this clip…

A video posted by Beyoncé (@beyonce) on

Got to love Mrs. Carter!

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  1. BeyIsKing July 1, 2015

    As if I needed another reason to love her…why can you possibly hate this woman..such a beautiful soul

    • Lana Del Fan *I Can Hear The Sirens* July 1, 2015

      She’s late.

      • BeyIsKing July 1, 2015

        No she actually posted on her website the day same s** marriage was legalized

      • Lana Del Fan *I Can Hear The Sirens* July 1, 2015

        @BeyIsKing Oh. Then I’m cheap af and take that back lol

    • RGreat July 1, 2015

      Who?!! 🙁

    • bash July 1, 2015

      Did y’all see Kelly!!!

    • fatusankoh July 2, 2015

      Beyis king well said thanks

  2. Molly July 1, 2015

    Yes Beyonce out here supporting her gays. QueenOfEquality

    • Olyn July 1, 2015

      Queen of Paying For Grammys ????????????

      • Mhud July 1, 2015

        So true.Queen of thieves.

      • maluce July 1, 2015

        No, Queen of WINNING and DESERVING them all chile.

  3. T July 1, 2015

    20 mill? Try 40 mill followers Sam lol. Anyway I just want to say that I love queen bey and OMG at her amazing body. Them curves are dangerous.

  4. Cindy July 1, 2015

    This had me smiling so much, so cute

  5. Centurion July 1, 2015

    Late, and thirsty if I may add. WTF is she doing? And WTF is she wearing? She looks tacky as phuck.

    • TRUTH SERUM July 1, 2015

      Logic falls on death ears with you. In the words of @truth(I live for Nicki) … Yo mammy bi.tch
      Dead… Resuscitate… Dead again????????????

    • Mhud July 1, 2015

      Very tacky and classless as well.She is so fake,doing anything for publicity

    • Keri Qween July 1, 2015


    • Molly July 1, 2015

      I think you’re looking too into things.

      • Mark111 July 1, 2015

        Contradiction doesn’t require a microscope.

    • LB July 1, 2015

      I know right, the woman is fake.

    • Mhud July 1, 2015

      Hahahaha.Drag that w****. I hate fake people

  6. Hard Fact July 1, 2015

    Queen of Manipulating and Stealing Named Thiefyonce… ????????????

  7. T July 1, 2015

    Of course the titanic are in here pressed by queen bey as usual. Shouldn’t y’all be more focused on your fave declining career instead of worrying about your fave idol? IJS

  8. LB July 1, 2015

    That’s funny, I’ve never heard Beyonce speak up on issues that concern rights for the LGBT

    • Ben July 1, 2015


      “On her religious faith and the categorizing of gay society: Well, you know, I grew up going to church, but I was raised by my uncle who passed away with A*** a couple of years ago. He was my mother’s best friend. And my mother’s cousin. He brought me to school every day. He helped me buy my prom dress. He made my clothes with my mother. He was like my nanny. He was my favorite person in the world. And you know, I never really mixed Christianity with how I felt about him. I am about faith and spirituality more so than religion. Doing right by others and not judging.”

    • bash July 1, 2015

      Cuz you are not listening… Bye!

  9. justmeeeee July 1, 2015

    She is only supporting her EMPLOYERS.

    The Supreme Court shamed America big time…sadly

    #AbominableSinWins 🙁


    • Rosie July 1, 2015

      How? Gay marriage has been legal in my country for a decade (and is legal in pretty much every other developed country except Australia). I didn’t see any bigots coming for the Supreme Court when they revoked most of the Civil Rights Act a while ago.

    • bunny July 1, 2015

      I agree and BEYONCE Will regret turning her back on GOD TO PROMOTE SIN.

      • OMG Logic!!! July 1, 2015

        Turning her back on an imaginary sky man? Good maybe Thighyonce isn’t so dumb after all.

      • Faf July 1, 2015

        But she sings secular music so of what you’re saying is true, she’s already sinning

  10. Sarah July 1, 2015

    How is she the ‘Queen of Equality’ when this is basically the first time she has ever acknowledged her gay fans?

  11. LB July 1, 2015

    That’s funny, I’ve never heard Beyonce speak up on issues that concern rights for the LGBTQ community, I know Lady Gaga has.

    Anyway I have known to never trust this woman when it comes to political or societal issues. This is the same woman who supported Michelle Obama’s get fit program on to sell cans of Pepsi months later. This is the same woman who is supporting a vegan lifestyle in her book, only for it to come out that she still eats meat.

    Good for her trying to score browning points though, the Gays will fall for it.

    • D July 1, 2015

      The same woman who went who lent her persona to the Sandy Hook ‘End Gun Violence’ campaign, and then glorified gun violence by shooting at the police in the OTR promo trailer -___-

      I like Beyonce, but she’s as sincere as Ellen DG is straight.

  12. Molly July 1, 2015


  13. Skyfall July 1, 2015

    Her On The Run Tour is my workout dvd

  14. Rosie July 1, 2015

    She posted about the ruling on her website literally right after the decision came in, but do carry on about how she is “late” and “doesn’t care” for her gay fans. Has Rihanna ever acknowledged them? Pretty sure she treats most of her stans like s*** because “#badbish”

    • OMG Logic!!! July 1, 2015

      Better than catering to them simply to sell a record.

  15. Skyfall July 1, 2015

    Speaking if Gay marriage, I screeched when people were saying they were gonna move to Canada after it became legal.

    • Rosie July 1, 2015

      Like honey, we don’t want these dumbasses over here. US conservatives are so f****** stupid. Reminds me of when they threatened to move here/secede when Obama was re-elected.

  16. Stephon Maurice Jackson July 1, 2015

    I just love that thick body of hers.

  17. LB July 1, 2015


    LMAO they would be in good company, Canada is not even that much more different from US except for the fact that they don’t have a past with Blacks and other minority groups except Native Americans.

    • Rosie July 1, 2015

      …and the literal KKK are holding confederate flag rallies all over the US this week while burning down multiple black churches in the South like its 1963, but it’s none of my business.
      The difference between America and Canada is that the theocratic anti-everyone except straight white male b******* Republicans try to pull in the government DAILY in the US wouldn’t stand a chance in hell here.

  18. bunny July 1, 2015

    She will still have to answer to god and when she does…..she will regret backing sin.

  19. Tyler Makivelli July 1, 2015

    Oh, so healthy people cant drink Pepsi? Beyonce promotes healthy living. She is not encouraging anyone to excessively drink Pepsi. Its fine as long as its done in moderation.
    Not that I’d expect you to understand since your quick to support a damn CokeHead

  20. Tyler Makivelli July 1, 2015

    Beyonce and JayZ were huge supporters and sponsors during the Obama Campaign, why wouldnt she support/speak on his ruling to legalize Gay marriage……

  21. Queen b July 1, 2015

    It was confirmed that beyonce will be playing a superhero in marvels next film. That’s probly why she got that cape on

  22. Slay_Hive July 1, 2015

    Ugh I just love her!!!???????????? Such a wonderful person

  23. WE FOUND RIHANNA July 1, 2015

    When will Taylor beat Rihanna?

  24. What now July 1, 2015


    • Anastasia Beaverhousen (aka T.I.T.S.) July 1, 2015

      What now? Looks at your fave without makeup then Janet? Clearly we see who WINS!

      and before you go there even as a child Janet was prettier!

      I love Rihanna, but you are trying it b****.

      Have a lovely day fartface. 🙂

      • What now July 1, 2015


  25. truthtea July 1, 2015

    She’s so damn fake! I’ve never seen her at a rally, pride, LGBT shelter/center, or doing charity for the LGBT community. But then she does crap like this to the tune of her own song. Her support would’ve been more genuine had she, along with everybody else on the same day, showed her support. Instead, she waits till almost a week later to do something like this to make sure all of the attention is on her. SMH! This is why I’ll never like her.

  26. Rihboy July 1, 2015

    Yes girl!!! These biweekly stunts to keep in rotation are lovely!!! Next!! Everyone knows she has the hugest q**** following.

    • Slay_Hive July 1, 2015

      Death@ keep in rotation. This was a video she posted on IG. Its not her fault she more relevant than your fave while on a break????

  27. shakira stan July 1, 2015

    This fraud will do anything for attention…. One minute she is singing a gospel with the ugly Michelle another she is throwing support for the gays….like father like daughter.

  28. Mark111 July 1, 2015

    Google Beyonce Fans and you won’t see ANY of you gay phags. She don’t love you, she don’t acknowlege you (unless it’s a week later because everyone else did it). Her husban won’t even go in the studio with Frank Ocean, yet he gives both of them great music and he’s only bi. You losers are still making payments on that fast cash loan to go to her tours. I would say music, but it seems that you guys don’t have the cash for that.

    • Tyler Makivelli July 1, 2015

      Our fave doesnt love us, but Rihannas running around punching your asses in the face with microphones….
      Oh! The irony.

      • Carry On July 1, 2015

        She don’t have to worry any more; she is not on Tidal.

  29. Slay_Hive July 1, 2015

    MARCH 2013
    “Beyoncé showed her support for gay marriage last night with a post on Instagram depicting a handwritten note that read, simply enough: “If you like it you should be able to put a ring on it,” followed by the hashtag “We will unite 4 marriage equality!”

    Beyoncé also posted a photo of the Human Rights Campaign’s red equal sign logo with he message, “It’s about time #equality #prop8 #marriageislove . . . show your support!”

  30. Slay_Hive July 1, 2015

    In this exclusive chat with Beyoncé, her first gay press interview since 2006, the singer/actress/glamour-girl spoke about how the fierceness of her gay fans inspires her, the intimidation she’s feeling following in the footsteps of Judy and Barbra for her upcoming role in “A Star Is Born,” and what she really meant by the “girls” who run the world.

    I know, according to you, the girls run the world – but what do you think about the girls and the gays teaming up and running the world together?

    Well, that’s what I meant when I said girls. (Laughs)

    Sure – we could all be one.

    Yes, exactly! We are all one.

    Do you know enough gay people so that we could successfully pull this off and take over the world?

    Absolutely. I think it’s happening already. I remember my friends were telling me when the song “Run the World (Girls)” first came out in the clubs the kids were going crazy, and I thought it was so wonderful and I was so excited to know that the reception was so positive.
    You don’t do a lot of gay press, but you have to know that you have a huge gay following.

    Yes, I do.

    When did you feel a real connection with your gay fans?

    I’ve always had a connection. Most of my audience is actually women and my gay fans, and I’ve seen a lot of the younger boys kind of grow up to my music. It’s great when I’m able to do the meet and greets, because I’m able to really connect and have conversations. People look at some of the artists that I admire – like Diana Ross and Cher – and they identity that glamour with Sasha Fierce, and I’ve been really inspired by the language. I have my (gay) stylists and my makeup artist, and all of their stories and the slang words I always put it in my music. We inspire each other. Like I said, we’re one.

    What do gay people tell you when you meet them?

    I have so many stories; I don’t even know where to begin. I know that I just recently had a contest where I had everyone reenact my artwork. Just seeing some of the guys who dressed up – like my hairstylist dressed up as Sasha Fierce from “Single Ladies” for Halloween, and I saw so many people dressed up in that glove and bodysuit – really makes me feel like I’m doing my job and some of the fashion is making its mark. To know that people can be free and confident and do what they want themselves, and I can be the person they want to look like (laughs), is really such a blessing for me, and it’s very inspiring. I’m very happy and proud of that.
    Yes, you’ve inspired lots of drag queens out there. What tips can you give them to be a better Beyoncé?

    I have many different looks, so find what works best for your silhouette and your face. I’ve had every kind of hair style and I know for me there are certain things that I love to wear and there’s certain makeup and colors – bright colors on my eyes – that just don’t compliment my features. So I think just figuring out which Beyoncé works best for your figure and features.

    For your upcoming role in the remake of “A Star Is Born,” you’ll be part of a lineage of gay icons including Judy Garland and Barbra Streisand. How does it feel knowing that? Is it intimidating?

    I’m slightly a bit intimidated, I have to say. I feel a bit overwhelmed, and I’m still in shock. (Laughs) But the studio and Clint (Eastwood, the director) believe in me, and I feel like I’ve been really selective and I’ve waited and worked really hard and I’ve done different types of movies – from comedies to thrillers to drama when I played Etta James – and I really wanted to make sure I was ready. I do believe that at this point I am ready and I’ve been disciplined and I’ve surrounded myself with really good actors. I hope this is going to be as wonderful of an experience as I feel it’s going to be.

    I just remember growing up seeing Barbra Streisand and knowing that she represented that generation’s star, and being an African-American woman and being the person that’s represented is such an honor. I respect it and I cherish it and I’m going to work so hard – harder than I’ve ever worked – to make sure that I live up to filling the shoes of those other women.
    Last year, Lady Gaga made this remark in an interview with E! News: “I was very excited to be working with Beyoncé again. It just sort of works out because we both like women.” What did she mean by that?

    (Laughs) Well… I’m all about women working together and supporting each other and learning from each other, and I feel like sometimes women get a bad rap. It’s like we’re competitive and we can’t respect each other especially if we’re both out around the same time – they think we’re going to kill each other. And it’s all about women learning from each other, and I respect talent and I respect people that work hard – and good people.

    I love Gaga. I mean, if she didn’t perform and she wasn’t a singer, just as a human being I love her to death. But on top of it, she is the most talented pop star right now, and I’m so happy for her. It’s just really inspiring to see someone who just creates their own destiny and comes up with their own looks and writes their own songs and choreographs and is in control and is not contrived. If you took away every bit of costume and she just sat in front of a piano, she would still tear it down. She’s just that talented, and she deserves it all. And I’m just happy to work with her. I love her.
    “I Was Here,” a song on “4” written by Diane Warren, is all about you changing lives. What do you hope is the affect you’ve had on your gay fans over the years?

    I hope that I’ve given them confidence, and I hope that I’ve given them inspiration. I just want everyone to become a better person, and I hope that when they see me perform they can live out their fantasies and see my work ethic and apply it to their lives and be confident and proud. If they’re bootylicious, be proud; whoever they are, be proud. On this album, I really focused on making people feel good and feel love and know that there is love out there and goodness exists. I wanted to make a body of work that took risks – to be brave and be myself, and not focus on being cool.

    That’s what I love about this album – you did what you wanted to do. Through that, you’ve taught gay fans how to stay true to themselves. What have you learned from them, though?

    If anyone is brave and true to themselves, it’s my gay fans. The amount of confidence and fearlessness it takes to do what maybe is not what your parents expect you to do or what society may think is different – to be brave and be different and to be yourself – is just so beautiful. It’s the most beautiful thing you can be, and it’s what we all want to be at the end of the day. And not worrying about satisfying or becoming what other people think you’re supposed to be, that’s like the ultimate dream – to just be that brave.

  31. Slay_Hive July 1, 2015

    you did what you wanted to do. Through that, you’ve taught gay fans how to stay true to themselves. What have you learned from them, though?

    If anyone is brave and true to themselves, it’s my gay fans. The amount of confidence and fearlessness it takes to do what maybe is not what your parents expect you to do or what society may think is different – to be brave and be different and to be yourself – is just so beautiful. It’s the most beautiful thing you can be, and it’s what we all want to be at the end of the day. And not worrying about satisfying or becoming what other people think you’re supposed to be, that’s like the ultimate dream – to just be that brave.????????????????

  32. Slay_Hive July 1, 2015

    ???????????????? I had more but these biitches wanna be petty and hold my comments. Fuckkk you FAG111????????????????????

  33. Carry On July 1, 2015

    Will ya’ll leave this woman alone? She is crazy; let her fans go for it.

  34. You wanna love it right bettor like you do then my funky money July 2, 2015

    Good for Beyoncé

  35. fatusankoh July 2, 2015

    You go queen bey you have always support your fans from day one I love the video haters have norting on you

  36. Bri July 3, 2015


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