“Hillary Clinton expresses that she finds the language on that bus horrific, but in fact she likes language like this: ‘I came to slay b—, when he f– me good, I take his ass to Red Lobster,'” McCaughey said Monday night on CNN. “That happens to be a line from Beyoncé, her favorite performer, whom she says she idolizes and would like to imitate. … There’s a lot of hypocrisy of Hillary Clinton expressing such horror.”
“The fact that you even tried to equate LYRICS about rewarding consensual sex to QUOTES from the man running for president about groping women’s genitals unconsenually [sic] is such a reach it’s actually ridiculous,” explained Armani Maldonado in his comment.
The “Lemonade” artist’s fans were in utter disbelief at McCaughey’s Beyoncé slander.
“Quoting Beyoncé and trying to use that against Hillary Clinton, what is wrong with you?” commented one user, who goes by the name of Li Longo on Facebook.
The former New York Lt. Governor should have probably already known not to speak ill of Queen Bey.
“Honey, don’t mess with the beehive,” said a Gretchen Von Fisk.
See McCaughey’s post and the comments that followed below.
9 Most Unforgettable Moments at 2016 MTV Video Music Awards (Photos)
Any show that gives Kanye West four minutes of time to riff on whatever he wants is bound to be crazy. And the 2016 Video Music Awards did have its moments. Click on to see....
The show opened with Rihanna. Here's hoping you really like her, because you would see her perform multiple times throughout the evening, performing medleys of her many hits.
Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj offered up a duo early in the show. This was a fairly subdued VMAs, although there were plenty of bleeped-out profanities during some numbers.
Alicia Keys came out and noted that it was the 53rd anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.'s March on Washington in 1963. Then she began delivering a poem that evolved into full-throated song.
The show had no real "host," but comedy team Key and Peele appeared throughout the night as a social-media-obsessed pair of emcees. You had to listen carefully to catch all the banter.
Kanye West delivered four minutes of .... well, what exactly? Hard to say. This was the pop star at his most restrained, giving shout-outs to former girlfriend Amber Rose and his wife, Kim Kardashian. But he did compare himself to Steve Jobs and other geniuses.
This was supposed to be one of the evening's main draws. Britney Spears was appearing at the VMAs for the first time in more than 10 years. Fairly subdued performance by MTV standards, but it gave the Brit-Brit fans what they craved.
Beyonce was a big winner for the night. She took home Moon Man trophies for video of the year, female video and breakthrough long-form video.
Jimmy Fallon enlivened the show by making fun of some guy named Ryan Lochte.
Drake and Rihanna closed the show. Drake delivered a tribute to Rihanna, whom he called one of his idols, and she accepted the Michael Jackson Vanguard Award.