Beyoncé Just Can't Seem to Get This Fetty Wap Song Out of Her Head

(Photo: BEAT Magazine, Winter 2015)

Beyoncé Just Can't Seem to Get This Fetty Wap Song Out of Her Head

Queen Bey gave Beat mag her first interview since 2013.

Published October 19, 2015

She sneezed on the beat, and the beat got sicker. 'Yoncé just blessed Beat magazine with her first interview in two years. Aside from the fabulous all-American photo shoot — red, white and blue pride was the theme — Queen Bey dished on everything from Netflix and Chill to being addicted to a certain Fetty Wap song.

When asked what fear "tastes like" to her, her response was golden. "Success. I have accomplished nothing without a little taste of fear in my mouth," she said. A little nugget of wisdom right there.


As the interview continues, the questions got a little bit more playful, with the next being something we didn't even know we needed to know... until now. Which Beyoncé era would Bey go dressed as for Halloween? There's Sasha Fierce, 'Yoncé and even Baddie Bey (remember her?). But nope, Bey took it all the way back to the DC days.

"Destiny's Child Survivor era with the army fatigues," she said. "Or maybe 'Bootylicious' with the gold tooth and pink tips in my hair."

Ever wondered what Beyoncé sings in the shower? No, not her own songs — that's just us: "'Holy Ghost' by Kim Burrell," she said. Though she belts out the gospel classic on a daily, she admits that she just can't get Fetty Wap's "Jugg" out of her head.

Also, for all of you Netflix and Chill lovers, Beyoncé's on your team. When asked if she does one or the other, she made sure to specify: "Netflix and chill." She just gets it!

Check out Beyoncé's sexy all-American Beat magazine spread here. is your #1 source for Black celebrity news, photos, exclusive videos and all the latest in the world of hip hop and R&B music.

(Photo: BEAT Magazine, Winter 2015)

Written by Moriba Cummings


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