The world experienced a great flood this past weekend, not of water, but a downpour of Lemonade. Surely you’ve heard of Beyoncé’s new audio visual masterpiece; you are on the internet right now, so it would be concerning if you haven’t.
But forget everything you’ve thought/read/discussed about Lemonade, because renowned mediocre British man, Piers Morgan penned an entire response to it. He doesn’t like Bey’s new “political and race-fuelled tone to her work” and has called her a “militant activist.”
Turns out the internet doesn’t have any fucks left for Mr. Morgan and collectively responded to his weak-tea response to Lemonade.
Many couldn’t care less he had an opinion.
I'm glad Piers Morgan weighed in on Lemonade but I'm waiting to see what other terrible white men think of it before forming my opinion.— Twitnter is Coming (@OhNoSheTwitnt) April 25, 2016
Who actually cares about what Piers Morgan have to say? pic.twitter.com/zGE9C3VeNi— ric (@ricardo_jpl) April 25, 2016
Whenever Piers Morgan says anything pic.twitter.com/r7Ogxi9Qzg— Jerry Bird (@BostonJerry) April 25, 2016
I feel uncomfortable about Piers Morgan using Beyoncé to boost his strugglebus journalist career https://t.co/Ukkd2cudp5— Lilith the Demon (@Femmenisms) April 25, 2016
Let's have a quick look at who cares what Piers Morgan thinks about the new Beyoncé album pic.twitter.com/vp21f4HWah— Nick (@NickehBee) April 25, 2016
Some dug deep (barely) as to just what he could have against Bey.
So according to Piers Morgan:— Audra McDonald (@AudraEqualityMc) April 26, 2016
Chopin's Revolutionary Etude-Brilliant
U2's Sunday Bloody Sunday- Brilliant
Beyonce's Lemonade- Militant
So to summarize, @piersmorgan is like: Beyonce was really cool until I realized she is actually black woman.— Andrew Kadi (@imAK48) April 25, 2016
Piers Morgan's Lemonade critique in brief: too black, too strong.— Dorian Lynskey (@Dorianlynskey) April 25, 2016
Piers Morgan: "I preferred the old Beyoncé. The less inflammatory, agitating one." Woman has an opinion, man doesn't like it.— Richard Fry (@RichFryUK) April 25, 2016
And a few tried to summon sympathy for the Brit.
Me reading this Piers Morgan nonsense Beyoncé article pic.twitter.com/krF7lUT9Wm— Arun (@angertwink) April 25, 2016
Piers all over the world are hoping they collapse into the sea for fear of any association with Piers Morgan.— Nadia (@NadiaKamil) April 25, 2016
Ultimately, Piers is the least of Beyoncé’s worries.
BEYONCÉ (putting final touches to album): Well, I've done my best. Now all I can do is wait to find out if it's acceptable to Piers Morgan.— Mark Watson (@watsoncomedian) April 25, 2016
Oh, gee, I hope that clueless, talentless, culturally empty twit @piersmorgan doesn't lose respect for Beyonce!— GAIL SIMONE (@GailSimone) April 25, 2016
HOW WILL SHE SURVIVE.
What really happened when Piers Morgan met Beyoncé:— Lisa Vikingstad (@LisaVikingstad) April 25, 2016
Piers Morgan: I don't like when you talk about race.
Beyoncé: Who are you.