If you’re gonna take a little tumble in front of thousands of people, please do yourself a favor and be Beyoncé. Mere mortals who fall face myriad dangers such as, but not limited to; broken bones, chipped teeth, wig misalignment, a spike in humility, compromised vanity, mortification, a bruised ego, a bruised ass and tears. But when Beyoncé falls, as she did during her second Coachella set this weekend, it’s as if the fluttering of a billion little bee wings surrounded their queen to protect her from harm and humiliation by creating puff of air which hoisted Bey back up off the ground.
Beyoncé was on stage with sister Solange Knowles when the apian miracle occurred. Beyoncé moved to lift Solange up in a joyful embrace only to be brought low by the earthly law of gravity, a law even Beyoncé is subject to.
Another fave moment was when Bey tried to pick up Solange and they fell lol pic.twitter.com/VWhkJqHXqS
— queen miskeen (@agerenesh) April 22, 2018
You can see the moment the wings of the Beyhive rush in to save their Queen, causing her legs to jubilantly flutter skywards on a lofty bey-breeze delightfully ticklish enough to inspire Beyoncé to giggle like a little girl.
Love her or hate her, that’s how you take a fucking fall in front of thousands. Had that been me, I would have had to lay on the ground for a good 10 minutes while trying to decide if I should get up or just stay down and crawl backstage on my belly and keep crawling until I reached the ocean.