Beyoncé is in the spotlight again. The Shade Room believes that Beyflix is definitely a fitting name for Netflix now that Beyoncé is about to offer people more content via the streaming service.
According to Variety, Beyoncé has signed on to give people three projects, and Netflix is reportedly paying her ‘a hefty bag worth $60 million for the deal,’ writes TSR.
TSR continues and says that ‘Just to make things clear, the first of the three specials is “Homecoming,” the behind-the-scenes documentary that chronicled Bey’s 2018 Coachella performance and the one many stayed up all night for on Wednesday.’
Someone commented ‘Hopefully y’all stop comparing her salary to others. Her setup ain’t the same as anyone. Stop the madness!’
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TSR STAFF: Christina C! @cdelafresh _________ #Beyflix really is a fitting name for #Netflix now that #Beyonce is about to give us more content through the streaming service. _________ According to @Variety, #QueenBey has signed on to give us three projects and Netflix is reportedly paying her a hefty bag worth $60 million for the deal. _________ Just to make things clear, the first of the three specials is “Homecoming,” the behind-the-scenes documentary that chronicled Bey’s 2018 Coachella performance and the one many stayed up all night for on Wednesday. _________ As far as the other two projects, you know the queen-read more at TheShadeRoom.com! 📸: @gettyimages
Another follower said ‘Y’all still think Beyoncé is overrated? Huh. Oh another thing those same songs and dance moves y’all talk negatively about landed her 60 MILLION BIHJ.’
A follower posted this: ‘In other words, Beyoncé got Paid for Coachella TWICE 😩🙌🏾 Big Bank Take Lil Bank. 🤑’
Someone else said ‘That’s why Netflix prices went up….🤷🏾♀️ Good thing I use someone else’s account 🤫’
A person believes that ‘All this money is just uncalled for .. How much more does she need at this point.’
Speaking of money, just recently it was reported that the Beyhive has been buzzing after it was revealed that Beyoncé was paid only half of what Ariana Grande got to perform at Coachella.
Last year, Beyoncé took over the music festival, which was temporarily dubbed ‘Beychella’ where she delivered an epic HBCU-themed performance.
The live performance was released as a documentary called Homecoming via Netflix.