Solange Calls Paps “Dumb And Useless” For Flashing On Her Tribal Turban Steez

- By Bossip Staff

Solo was snapped in this snazzy turban and tribal print getup leaving her secret boogie down spot in Hollyweird after partying Thursday night and wasn’t too happy about it.

Paps shined their flashing nights at BeyBey’s baby sister as she was walking out of The Frolic Room and she took to Twitter to complain:

We’re sure they must have cramped her style. That really blows Solo. Did you put something in the air to get your mind right after that? Cuz you seem to have chilled out by the time fashion blog WhoWhatWear put up said paparazzi shots to jock you and your Chloe Sevigny Opening Ceremony platforms.

We’re actually really proud that Solo has Africa on the brain. The younger of the famous Knowles’ sisters joined a group of like-minded artist to record the new song “Kenya” which will benefit the Coca Cola Africa Foundation which campaigns for cleaner water in Africa.

Solo’s trill azz big sis has also been inspired by the Motherland as of late. Bey is using African dance elements in the choreography of her next video:

Beyoncé is bringing 200 African dancers to Los Angeles today to ensure the dance sequences in her next video are like nothing fans have ever seen. A source close to Beyoncé said the dancers will help Bey incorporate some of their native moves into her “Girl” music video.

And as Solange said, Beyonce is definitely on her BOSS ish, when it comes to her career:

“She’s interviewed hundreds of people and got a great company together and is doing her own label and some other stuff,” S2S was told.

“There’s no ill will between Beyoncé and her father. She just wants to have her own empire and Jay-Z has nothing to do with her management,” the source said. “It’s about her evolution as a woman.”

Sounds about right. The pressure has got to be on with this “groundbreaking” album that’s coming this June.



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