Published: Mon, April 16, 2018
Sport | By Cameron Gross

Beyoncé Makes History As First Black Woman to Headline Coachella

Beyoncé Makes History As First Black Woman to Headline Coachella

Two days after making history as Coachella's first black female headliner with her marathon HBCU-homaging performance, Beyoncé has announced she will be donating $100,000 to four historically black colleges and universities. And her stunning look answered the question: "No!"

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Beyonce's display of HBCUs' heritage through marching bands to The Divine Nine during her Saturday Coachella set (Apr. 14) left viewers in awe of her artistry and searching for the nearest application to the singer's "HBeyCU".

While she was performing with Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams, she had a hand on to the strap of her top to prevent an embarrassing nip-slip.

Her outfit was also to die for as they showed her really fit body that took months to flawless.

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And unsurprisingly Twitter users have a lot to say on the matter.

A year after postponing her headlining set in 2017 due to pregnancy, Beyoncé treated her return to the stage like a family reunion, homecoming pep rally and a Beyhive-unifying rebel yell before heading into battle.

The announcement for the Homecoming Scholars Award Program ties the gifts to the Coachella performance, saying the show "put the spotlight on art and culture, mixing the ancient and the modern", and was the "impetus to mark her second scholarship program".

While other praised Bey for being a complete pro by showing some good moves and not missing a beat while ensuring there was no Janet Jackson moment.

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