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Celebs React to Beyonce's Surprise New Song 'Formation'

Celebs React to Beyonce's Surprise New Song 'Formation'

Beyonce surprised us all by releasing a brand new single called “Formation” and now her fans and celebs alike are going crazy over the song!

Perhaps one of our favorite celeb tweets so far is from John Legend, who reacted to the line, “When he f–k me good I take his ass to Red Lobster.”

John posted a photo of President Obama with his hand over his face and captioned it, “When you realize your dad took your mom to red lobster every week.”

Chrissy Teigen responded to her hubby and told him it was a “good tweet.” We agree!

Click inside to read what other celebrities are tweeting about “Formation”…

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  • truekriol

    Welcome back to the Queen, love the song and the message in the Video. Hold on to ur edges haters.

  • Jay

    Love the message!!!! Love the video!!!!

  • Louis Amadeo Mariano

    i think its cute she did a lil diddy for the kids to kiki to
    but the whole song beat, lyrics and hows she giving it is too hard!!!
    relax girl why you giving such angry music… your husband got you twisted? :)

  • http://www.facebook.com/sexcess1 sexcess1

    It’s not angry music – it’s music with a message. And she’s her own woman – jay z doesn’t have to feed her- she knows the current state of black America and she’s speaking up through her music. Sometimes you have to do more than write a check!

  • Jay

    It’s trap, she’s from Houston. But I think in this case it’s meant to be part of the message. I think she chose a trap beat and is rapping not singing as well as using ebonics. I think this was all part of the song. I can’t wait for a popesque song from her though, I’ve really missed that.

  • Jay

    It’s trap, she’s from Houston. But I think in this case it’s meant to be part of the message. I think she chose a trap beat and is rapping not singing as well as using ebonics. I think this was all part of the song. I can’t wait for a popesque song from her though, I’ve really missed that.

  • Jay

    It’s trap, she’s from Houston. But I think in this case it’s meant to be part of the message. I think she chose a trap beat and is rapping not singing as well as using ebonics. I think this was all part of the song. I can’t wait for a popesque song from her though, I’ve really missed that.

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