Beyonce Is Reportedly Implementing A No Drugs And Alcohol Policy For The Crew Of Her Upcoming World Tour
Beyonce knew what she was doing when she named her album Renaissance because she’s about to experience a renaissance in her bank account very soon. Because it’s time for a tour! We all knew this time was coming since Renaissance was basically Beyonce’s way of informing the Beyhive to get their checkbooks ready to spend until it hurts. But honestly, I think the real people who will feel the sting are the crew members who will be touring with her in 2023. Of course, it’s an honor to be that close to the Queen. But it comes at a price. And Beyonce’s tour instructions are going to be very strict, including no drugs, no drugs, and #MeToo checks to make sure that everybody is keeping their hands to themselves.
Over the summer, it was claimed that Beyonce ran #MeToo checks on those working on Renaissance. Now, The Sun reports Beyonce is making sure she provides the best experience for her fans, yet the worse for her crew since they won’t be able to unwind with an endless amount of shots after each night of performing. But she needs her dancers to be on point if they want to match her energy as she gyrates and drops to the ground like she just caught the Holy Ghost. I highly doubt they would be able to do that if they’re all hungover from the night before, so one rule has been made very plain for everyone: no drugs or alcohol.
A well-placed mole tells me: “Bey knows the new performances will require intense choreography and precision, so everyone has to be clean and sober.
“There won’t be any crazy partying on the road either.
But Beyonce isn’t just implementing a strict code of sobriety, she is also running #Metoo checks to ensure while she’s on stage performing Bootylicious , none of her crew members take it as an invitation to start a game of Grab Ass.
“She is also carrying out #MeToo checks with the dancers, band and crew with hopes doing so will make the tour a safe and friendly work environment.
“As touring can be mentally gruelling, her new team will also have access to mental-health support while on the road.
“She knows people are happiest when they know their well-being is fulfilled and wants to use what she has learned in the business to lead by example.”
Beyonce hasn’t announced the tour dates yet, but that’s obvious since the Beyhive hasn’t flooded social media with photos of Beyonce’ all captioned “HAIL BEY-ZUS!!. (You know that’s how they’ll announce it).