The Grammys always seem to have some form of controversy, and this year, since Hollywood is full of a bunch of narcissistic, race baiting idiots, they made Adele’s big win all about her skin color.
Despite the fact that Adele’s album, “25,” was the number-one selling record of the year, social media was instantly angered that the white entertainer won over the black one.
Here’s a glimpse at just how pathetic they made themselves look:
Beyoncé lost because the racist portion of the Grammy voters didn't feel comfortable with her album. Which is tragic.
— K. (@beytwigs) February 14, 2017
It's not sexism…it's racism.
White women do albums about break ups with crossover appeal and win #GRAMMYs
Beyonce loses for Lemonade.
— Ernest Owens (@MrErnestOwens) February 13, 2017
Adele was even the first to admit that she felt Beyonce deserved the award, and went as far as breaking her Grammy in HALF to give it to Beyonce. But that didn’t plase liberal viewers. They still INSISTED she only won because she’s white.
Well, there is at least one person who isn’t afraid to say that Adele deserved to win, and that’s our Buddy Ice T.
Check out what he has to say about his race baiting colleagues, and why it is being shared all over the internet.
“Adele is hard to beat because she is the business and she is good and she makes hit records…The fact that Adele was gracious to speak on Beyoncé’ made it fly. And besides, Beyoncé will be back next year. She’s still young.”
While some felt the race card was played at the Grammys, it’s important to note that Beyonce has won 22 Grammys in her life, making her the second-most awarded female artist in the history of music:
And turns out, Ice-T wasn’t the only legend to weigh in on the Adele/Beyonce controversy.
During an interview with the Australian Associated Press, Carlos Santana stated:
“Adele won because she can sing, sing.”
Santana bluntly added:
“Beyoncé is very beautiful to look at and it’s more like modeling kind of music — music to model a dress — she’s not a singer, singer, with all respect to her.” Adele, on the other hand, “doesn’t bring all the dancers and props, she can just stand there and she just stood there and sang the song and that’s it, and this is why she wins.”