Jason Whitlock roasted pop singer Beyonce in a blistering review of her 7th studio album Renaissance in his podcast.
In his review, the popular sports journalist notes that Beyonce has more in common with rappers Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion than R&B icon Aretha Franklin who demanded “Respect.”
Whitlock said the mother-of-three “symbolizes the catastrophic descent of black culture and America’s indifference to its fall.”
“Expectations have fallen so low for American black people that no one expects Beyonce to mature or make music that uplifts black folks.”
In response to the backlash on social media, Beyonce agreed to remove a word, “spazz,” from her song “Energy” because it is considered a slur to people with cerebral palsy.
“What I find fascinating about all of this is that people with cerebral palsy care more about policing the way they’re portrayed in the entertainment and media world than black people do,” Whitlock said.
“We’re the only group with absolutely no standards. The entire rap music industry is built on the N-word… No one cares. Beyonce uses the N-word in “Heated.” No one cares,” he says.
Whitlock added: “Every minority group aggressively polices how they’re characterized in music, television, and movies except black people.”
He continued: “Beyonce has black queer bravado. She instantly bowed to disability rights advocates while promoting degeneracy for black people. She doesn’t really care about us.”