Beyoncé “Super-Jealous” of Chet Haze’s Talent
In an exclusive interview with Sherman Avenue, seventeen-time Grammy award winner Beyoncé Knowles praised Chet Haze’s latest video, "Finest Girl," as “the most promising display of raw talent I have ever seen.”
The star of Dreamgirls shared her high opinions of Chester Marlon Hanks, better known as “Chet Haze” in the rap community, whose introspective video about not remembering whether he got the digits of a girl at a club debuted yesterday.
“I thought it was an incredibly insightful commentary on today’s suffering economy. The subtle reference to Nietzsche really demonstrated his lyrical skill, concern with really deep topics, and how much he’s really learned from his classes at Northwestern. And the way that girl clearly took her makeup cues from Jenna Marbles, I just – it says so much about women’s role in culture these days."
"But the moment her name found its way in his phone was as breathtaking as Jay-Z’s penis coming at you at the speed of a drilldo on crack," added the pop superstar.
"If Blue Ivy demonstrates half this level of artistic skill after 22 years, I’ll be proud of my contribution to humanity. I’m super-jealous,” said the woman Forbes magazine called “Most Powerful and Influential Musician in The World.”
Obama has also weighed in on the matter: “That is one lucky fedora.”