Beyoncé’s Tennis Court Performance In Compton For the Oscars Paid Homage to Black Girls and Black Hair
In recent memory, there has never been a time when Beyoncé performs that is topped by anyone or anything! With the Will Smith/Chris Rock “altercation” taking place, it seems as if people have not been speaking about Beyoncé, except on social media, of course!
Mrs. Carter had a fulfilling performance decked out in all green as her daughter Blue Ivy joined her, exciting the audience who viewed the show. The performance didn’t exactly take place AT the Oscars but on a Compton, California, tennis court, where Venus and Serena Williams grew up honing their tennis skills with their father. The songstress performed her single featured on the King Richard soundtrack, Be Alive complete with dancers and a band dressed in bright green, matching the diva. And the dancers donned hair beads and cornrow hairstyles, giving a nod to the early years of Venus and Serena when they wore the iconic Black beaded hairstyles while playing tennis.
As the video starts, two young ladies, dressed as Venus and Serena with beads in their hair, marched down the street as another young lady rode on a horse. The children were heading toward the tennis court where Queen Beyoncé held her stunning performance blanketed in tennis green.
Will Smith’s antic may have taken away the attention, but Beyoncé, as usual, stole the show with her performance. Twitter took notice.
Beyonce has sat through Chris Rock getting slapped, Kanye interrupting Swift, Lil Mama jumping on stage…
— Kristy Tillman (@KristyT) March 28, 2022
— Brandon Hooks (@CaptainBHooks) March 28, 2022
Beyoncé did not have to eat us up like this pic.twitter.com/D2odiIUe64
— JÚNIOR (@eujuninho__) March 28, 2022
— َkathony diaries. (@ungodlywests) March 28, 2022
we don’t call beyonce mother for no reason pic.twitter.com/kg4mWYYIZC
— zay (@yonceunited) March 28, 2022
— Agron (@Agronveliu97) March 28, 2022
Beyoncé sampled “Nuthin’ but a G thang” by Dr Dre & Snoop Dogg.
— (@lionbeyonce) March 28, 2022
— mick (@yonceir) March 28, 2022
— (@JINS0N94) March 28, 2022