Internet Up In Arms Over Whitewashed Beyonce Wax Figure

Even for the most famous and revered woman in pop culture, FMLs are impossible to avoid, like when wax sculptors around the world attempt to immortalize your likeness and come up with these monstrosities.

On Tuesday, Twitter addressed a crime against humanity that has been lingering beneath the surface for years, passing inexplicably and inexcusably silent. But silent we will be no longer, thanks to Joe who surfaced a photo of the heinous blasphemy.

Nay, sacrilege.


See for yourself.

In case you can’t tell, which I highly doubt you can, this atrocity is meant to portray Beyoncé, the Queen Bey herself.

Clearly this dude Joe was on one because Twitter was quick to question the “ferocity” of the depicted wax figure, offering their own interpretations of who the figure might be.

And, umm, not sure if you guys know this, but Bey is black. Her words:

“My daddy Alabama”

“...momma Louisiana”

“ mix that negro with that Creole”

“...get that Texas bama”

So users got to hypothesizing how on Earth wax sculptors could have messed up the most famous woman in the world to such a degree.

The perpetrator: Madame Tussauds wax museums, who are apparently besmirching the image of Beyoncé at wax museums all around the world.


FOR SHAME. This level of desecration is unacceptable, Madame Tussauds. 

After looking at all these butchered Yoncés, I’ll just leave this here for you to clean your minds out with.


Sir Carter and Rumi 1 month today. ??❤️??????????

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Bow down.

By Nina / Thursday 20 July 2017 15:11 / France
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