NYPost: ‘Jay Z Is A Poor Excuse For A Husband’
Many are not please about Beyoncé’s sexual image. The star has been called all sorts of names ever since she dropped her self-titled visual album. Beyoncé mentioned that she wasn’t going to let the opinions about her more sexual openness bother her because she is doing whatever she wants.
Now her husband is being attacked. This past Sunday we watched the Queen graced the stage and perform a sexy sensual performance of ‘Drunk In Love’ at the Grammys. While some might think Jay Z is the luckiest man on earth some think otherwise.
A New York Post writer by the name of Naomi Schaefer Riley wrote in a recent column that she thinks Jay Z is a “poor excuse” for a husband.
What do you call a man who stands there smiling and singing as his scantily clad wife straddles a chair and shakes her rear end for other men’s titillation?
I’m certain if I look through enough Jay Z song titles, I’ll come up with the right name for his role in Beyoncé’s performance at the Grammy Awards Sunday night. Rhymes with Goodyear. . . ? Well, how about I just call him a poor excuse for a husband.
For years, these award ceremonies have pushed the envelope; Beyoncé’s booty-shaking was certainly no worse than Miley Cyrus’s twerking or any number of other performances by Madonna, for instance. But there’s something particularly icky about doing it while your husband looks on approvingly.
And then there’s THIS part:
Well, for one thing, the happy couple have invited audiences to admire their adorable family, with dad even joking about his daughter’s sippy cups when he accepted an award on Sunday. So they’re suggesting to audiences that this kind of public sexual behavior is compatible with a loving modern marriage.
The couple has been criticized over the years for being so private and not being affectionate, but aren’t most married couples private about their marriage? Why do they have to be affectionate for the world to see? Wouldn’t it seem fake? And now that they have decided to be more open about their relationship, it just opened the doors for more criticism about how they should be. Are they wrong for being more open with their relationship?
Why are people afraid of women embracing their sexuality? Especially a black woman……