Beyoncé Does Flaunt Magazine (Photos)
Beyoncé graces the cover of the latest issue of Flaunt magazine where she shows off her amazing curves hidden under a pile of glitters.
The Diva singer is also featured in a colorful photoshoot where she can be seen with a fiery orange hair color with purple paint smeared all over her face.
Another photo shows the 31-year-old entertainer in a multi-coloured tribal style make-up with gold hair.
The hot mama sat down for an interview with the publication where she talked about picnics, her love of gluten, RuPaul’s Drag Race and her Pepsi campaign.
Here are some chosen excerpts from the interview:
Some were critical at your participating in a Pepsi campaign after you moved your body for childhood obesity. Where is the balance between your career objectives and your philanthropy?
Pepsi is a brand I’ve grown up seeing my heroes collaborate with. The company respects musicians and artistry. I wouldn’t encourage any person, especially a child, to live life without balance.When you work out, take care of your body, rehearse as hard as I rehearsed in the commercial, I think it’s great to have a Pepsi or Diet Pepsi when you want one. It’s all about choices.
Is there a sex scandal in history that you find not so scandalous, and instead just kinda awesome?
Antony and Cleopatra. The legend of that love affair affected history and lives to this day.
A number of magazines list the top X number of ways to please your lover. Anything missing on these lists typically?
If you have to read those lists, you’re already in trouble.
Millennials make up a huge part of your fan base. Thousands of them have responded to your Instagram hashtag #beygood to promote goodwill. How do you feel about the media’s take on youth as the “me me me” generation, or a generation of “slack-tivists” [people who are activists online but not in the real world]?
At my concerts I see the opposite. They are engaged in making a difference. We have collected tons of donations that will go towards creating jobs and helping people get jobs. That’s something I want to celebrate. For Chime for Change we raised awareness and over $4 million in one day for equal rights for girls everywhere. So many people at that concert were young. They are more socially responsible than they get credit for.
You can read the entire interview here.