The Beyhive: Ndlozi Gushes Over Beyoncé After The Grammys

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American superstar Beyoncé put up an outstanding show on at the Grammys, paving the way for the Beyhive to gain new members including our very own the People’s Bae.

The Economic Freedom Fighters national spokesperson Mbuyiseni Ndlozi popularly known as the People’s Bae was impressed with Beyoncé after her Grammys performance. We are quite familiar with the fact that EFF leaders do appreciate good music and artistry. However, we never saw this one coming.

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Afterwards, he took to social media to share what he thinks about the singing sensation. From his recent tweets, we got to know that just like Minister of Sports and Recreation Fikile Mbalula, Ndlozi admires Beyoncé.

Ndlozi re-tweeted a few articles praising the American musician’s performance at the Grammys on Sunday. In one of his tweets, he referred to Beyoncé as “the ultimate supreme”.

His comments garnered a lot of attention from Twitter users who didn’t hide their feelings either. One follower declared support for Ndlozi’s party, saying he was going to vote for the EFF in the 2019 elections.

Another follower added that Ndlozi and Beyoncé would look good together, though they are both off the market. The People’s Bae is not the only politician in the Beyhive, as Mbalula has long declared his admiration for the Queen Bey.

The expecting mother of twins made her debut performance and public appearance since the big news on Sunday with a New Age celebration of women at the Grammy Awards. The American pop singer who leads the night’s nominations set the internet ablaze earlier this month with news that she is pregnant.

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Beyoncé surprised everyone as she threw caution to the wind and put on an extravagant and abstract performance, channelling Indian spirituality and ancient Egypt. Her heavy bump didn’t deter her at all.

Also, the surprise loss to Adele didn’t stop Beyonce from being the center of attention at Sunday’s Grammy awards

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