Queen Bey with her fabulous, glamorous self just dropped her video “I Was Here” just in time for World Humanitarian day (today). Dressed in an all white gown that hit the floor Beyonce had her curvaceous body covered while attempting to deliver a powerful message on the “I was Here” ballad. Bey sings letting the world know that she was here and that she “did and done everything that she ever wanted.”
B sings the poignant song with the United Nations audience seated in front of her. Images from recent disasters fill the panoramic screen behind her. As the song progresses, scenes of globes and constellations turn up; laser lights and a small blue arrow, imprinted with the song’s title, trace a path along the globe. It dotted every place that Beyonce has ever been.
The new mom hopes to leave her mark on the world by making a difference in people’s lives.
She didn’t need to make a song.. As Bey was definitely here.. Everyone knows that. Video Below.
With this video, Bey is hoping that she can reach over 1 billion people while encouraging people to take part in an act of kindness for someone in need on World Humanitarian Day (August 19).
“One day, one message, one goal. To inspire people all over the world. To do something good no matter how big or small, for someone else.”
Although Bey does have a charity, Harry Belafonte says BS to Beyonce and her World Humanitarian day. The 85-year-old actor/activist accuses high-profile celebrities of turning their back on their social responsibilities, namely Jay Z and Beyonce. He was so upset at the thought of black celebrities abandoning their people that he ended up cursing.
Asked if he were happy with the image of minorities in Hollywood today Belafonte replied,
“Not at all. They have not told the history of our people, nothing of who we are. We are still looking. We are not determinated. We are not driven by some technology that says you can kill Afghans, the Iraqis or the Spanish. It is all — excuse my French — shit. It is sad. And I think one of the great abuses of this modern time is that we should have had such high-profile artists, powerful celebrities. But they have turned their back on social responsibility. That goes for Jay-Z and Beyonce, for example. Give me Bruce Springsteen, and now you’re talking. I really think he is black.”
The actor also stated that if Mitt Romney were to be elected president the world might end.
World Humanitarian day is today, August 19th. Beyonce wants you to do something kind for someone.
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