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Originally posted by thePharaoh
reply to post by nomnom
so putting it simply
Originally posted by LazarusTsiyr
reply to post by nomnom
Do you admit in public that your "mask" you wear has entered your body and you felt the presence of another personality?
Originally posted by nomnom
Until I see reason to think Beyonce is a part of such a situation, I'll stick to what she says.
She created the alter ego herself. That's her own words. It helps her.
Originally posted by aaron2209
So let me get this straight....
You're claiming she is possessed due to the way you have interpreted what she said yet are shouting others down for disagreeing and interpreting it as a metaphor?
She neither said she was speaking metaphorically or literally.
This whole thread is nothing but opinions and speculation. There is no evidence either way.
In Medieval and Renaissance European iconography, the Eye (often with the addition of an enclosing triangle) was an explicit image of the Christian Trinity.
Beyonce invented her alter ego Sasha Fierce to separate her wild onstage persona from her more reserved everyday self. "I've created an alter ego: things I do when performing I would never do normally. I reveal things about myself that I wouldn’t do in an interview. I have out-of-body experiences [on stage]. If I cut my leg, if I fall, I don’t even feel it. I’m so fearless, I'm not aware of my face or my body,” she told Marie Claire.
Beyoncé is killing the game again, but this time it's herself — or at least her alter ego.
"Sasha Fierce is done. I killed her," B said in a recent interview with Allure magazine.
Of course, the singer created her alter ego Sasha Fierce in an effort to separate her own shy personality from her stage persona and give herself the courage to be free and sexy while performing. Beyoncé even went so far as to name-check the alter ego on her last album, I Am ... Sasha Fierce. The LP was split into two physical CDs and two genres. The I Am ... side held pop songs like "If I Were a Boy" while Sasha Fierce boasted urban chic like "Video Phone," B's first duet with Lady Gaga.
Now the singer says that she's comfortable enough with herself to be all of those things without an alias.
"I don't need Sasha Fierce anymore, because I've grown and now I'm able to merge the two," she explained.