Beyoncé say what: Demon time?! That’s Savage!

At the end of April, Beyoncé and Megan Thee Stallion teamed up for a remix of Stallion’s song ‘Savage’. The Remix song was released on April 29th and became Stallion’s first Top 10 hit. Both Beyoncé and Stallion are from Houston, and decided that all of the proceeds of theircollaboration are going to Bread of life COVID-19relief efforts in their hometown, Houston.

This is what is said on the website of Bread Of life,a Christian based spiritual organization, not areligious organization where they focus on: “We envision communities that embody and actively support a human journey based in

“Bread of Life is an urban retreat center for people who seek to expand their spiritual life or to explore personal changes more deeply”.• honoring the sacred worth and value of each person• respecting our mutual interdependence, and evoking a quality of creative freedom that allows each person to offer their unique gifts for the good of the whole”.

It’s interesting that a Christian organization, supported by Meghan and Beyoncé, definitely in the light of the following song and laterdevelopments. Money was raised for this so called Christian organization with the help of Savage song and Demon time.

The song ‘Savage’ was a huge hit from the moment it dropped, Stallion sings:

I’m a savage, yeah (Okay)
Classy, bougie, ratchet, yeah (Okay)
Sassy, moody, nasty, yeah (Hey, hey, nasty)
Acting stupid, what’s happening? (Woah, woah, woah, what’s happening?)
Bitch, what’s happening? (Woah, woah, okay)
Bitch, I’m a savage, yeah (Okay)

What increased the hype around the song arethose short lines that Beyoncé rapped: “Hips Tik-Tok when I dance / On that demon time, she might start an OnlyFans.”

This spiked a firestorm of reactions on Twitter, YouTube and Instagram, and specifically the words Demon time.

So what is this all about, what is Demon Time?

Demon time is a term, often referred with a purple smiling devil emojithat arose after the closure of strip clubs due to the coronavirus pandemic. The entire hype started when a former professional basketball player and influencer,called Justin LaBoy, was on Instagram Live and said, “I need a demon to call up. Where my demons at?”

This spiked Strip Clubs to start live streams on Instagram. Justin Laboy has been teaming up with P. Diddy’s son, Justin Dior Comb, to host stripping livestreams. He even started a channel called, Respectfully Justin Show, and got the idea to start to monetize the streams. Celebrities, Kevin Durant, Meek Mill, and Jake Paul are tuning in. Each stream has its own Instagram handle and begins with a glass of red wine, an indication that the show is about to start.

Old picture of LaBoy posing with Rihanna at a concert during her Diamonds’s tour. (Meghan Thee Stallion also has a song called Diamond, so it’s interesting that this guy is now connected to her as Rihanna).

LaBoy said about the Demon time: “ My new stripper service is the wave of the immediate future … until there’s a coronavirus vaccine”.

Women jumped at the chance to be featured on his livestreams and Justin LaBoy’s followers weremore than happy to watch the girls dance and strip. Each night, dancers would come on and he would pin the dancer’s Cash App username to the top of the feed so people could tip the women. The audience has taken to calling the dancers “demons”. The dancers themselves don’t mind and have taken to saying that they’re in a sort of demon sisterhood or demon community. The time in which women are using Instagram to be “demons” is essentially demon time. So this is what Beyoncé was referring in the song. She also mentioned OnlyFans.

What is OnlyFans?

In the Savage song Beyoncé also  referred toOnlyFans, a platform used by those in the adult entertainment industry so that they can monetize nude or sexual videos and photos. Since many social media platforms block fully nude photos or videos or anything that’s deemed too sexual, OnlyFans remains a place where those in the adult entertainment industry can basically share whatever they want and get paid for it.

What do the numbers say?

Savage= 19, which has been a recurrent number associated with a lot of ceremonies and of course Covid-19.

Demon Time full reduction =44

44 matches with mark of the beast.

OnlyFans= 34, this matches wildfire, helicopter crash and economic collapse.

Beyoncé= 69 or 33. So she is perfect for the masonic ceremonies, 33 is the number associated with the Masons. It matches  Wuhan virus.

Beyoncé is of course infamous for her ceremonies in her videoclips, performances and also on Social Media. She has a huge following and every artist or brand she endorses makes money. As to Meghan Thee Stallion, she lost her mother, a rapper called Holly-Wood, to cancer and she lost her grandmother as well in the month of March (what a sad coincidence?!). In that same month she was also involved in a dispute with her record label, 1501. She went to court and she was granted a temporary restraining order against her label 1501 Certified Entertainment and its CEO Carl Crawford, clearing the way for her to release her latest EP, Suga. She signed with Bloc records, Jay Z’s record label and recorded the ‘Savage’remix with Beyoncé, as a result her career has gotten a huge injection.

In this time of quarantine, people are turning to alternative ways of making easy money and with big stars promoting “dirty” business, it seems a quick way to make a buck. A lot of celebrities have been very active on Social Media, with all sorts of craziness, hosting shows, doing interviews, andfilming their personal lives. Nothing is taboo anymore, there are no more boundaries. It’s even stranger that when they raise money, they donate this to a COVID-19 related good will cause, either related to the development of a cure or treatment of patients. It seems that anything goes, even financing  good will with strippermoney.

It’s all in the open now, there is no shame, perversion seems to be the new norm. Just like Stallion’s song, ‘Savage’ seems to be the new normal. Kids are being bombarded and exposed toonline sex shows, porn and stripping, that are alleasily accessible through regular platforms such as Instagram. Women are being encouraged to shake their tailfeather on internet for money and to proudly say that they are part of the demon sisterhood. These are dangerous statements, as these women don’t know what they are tying themselves and pledging their allegiance to.

Just a while ago a young white girl who summoned Papa Legba, passed away. As long as people don’t know which entities there dealing with, and they are not interacting out of space of respect, it can become a problem.

As to the stripping, there is nothing wrong with enjoying female sexuality, stripping, sensual dancing, and nudity. It becomes an issue when the sexuality becomes tied to finances, the economyand it occurs in a place where there is a lack of respect, and exploitation. And also the way that women are portrayed in the media as a sexual object. This is what lowers female energy, the female power. It’s a way of trapping the soul and keeping the soul trapped in this dimension.Sex and sexual action should be soul liberating. As long these female artists keep promoting and showing women, especially black women, that it’s okay to exploit themselvessexually for financial gains, it will

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