Ah youth. Like hot ass Jon Snow from Game of Thrones, they know nothing. For example, Karlie Kloss is the supermodel BFF of everyone’s favorite Use ‘Em and Leave ‘Em queen Taylor Swift and she’s admittedly a huge Beyonce fan. Karlie filled out a “mega fan profile” for Love Magazine and dedicated it to Beysus herself. Karlie claimed she’s been a fan since the Destiny’s Child days back in 2003 (when Karlie was 10, which should make you feel like you’re a hundred and one years old right now). The things she loves most about Beyonce’ are her swag, confidence, passion and creativity. It is that same creativity that Karlie is referring to when she reveals that Beyonce’s songs are the soundtrack of her life, especially the hit song “Waterfalls”.
— Super Deluxe (@superdeluxe) February 8, 2017
Awww, bless her little heart. Karlie confused supergroup TLC’s megahit “Waterfalls”, a song that came out in 1995 (when she was only three-years-old) as one of Beyonce’s defining hits. Somebody get that Clueless remake started today and cast Karlie as Cher! This just goes to show why music programs should still be taught in schools so the youth can appreciate the classics. Or, perhaps hearing tests should be reintroduced because there’s no way in hell T Boz, Left Eye or Chilli have ever produced a sound as guttural as Beyonce’s Houston growl. Not even on “Red Light Special”, which was the ‘Come Fuck Me Now’ dry humping anthem at most proms in the mid-90’s.
Of course, the internet dragged Karlie with a few Tweets about her mistake, but rather than engage with them she simply laughed it off.
LOL 🙈 https://t.co/l2N1g6yUHC
— Karlie Kloss (@karliekloss) February 8, 2017
But I’m sure Beyonce’ didn’t mind though. After announcing last week that she’s about to cut Blu Ivy’s inheritance into 1/3 she probably reset her halo, chuckled softly and then sent a memo to the Beyhive to excommunicate that Karla Flossorwhatever girl immediately.