This week's round-up in pop culture is an eclectic group of stories, but there seems to be one common thread running through most of them: There's an important lesson lurking beneath the surface.
Take a look at some the things that got people talking this week.
As fans reveled in the glory of Beyoncé's new visual album, one thing became resoundingly clear: Don't mess with Queen Bee or the BeyHive.
Lemonade definitely seems to call out her husband, Jay Z, for cheating, as well as "Becky with the good hair" for being his mistress. Designer Rachel Roy made the mistake of insinuating that she is Becky, but quickly backtracked on the insinuation after being attacked by Beyoncé fans.
Once fans laid off of Roy, they promptly moved on to harassing Rita Ora.
Did this trailer make anyone else do an automatic mental scan to check if there are any inappropriate pictures, texts or google searches on their smart phone? Scary stuff.
Replacing genocide practitioner Andrew Jackson with slave liberator Harriet Tubman shouldn't be controversial. https://t.co/ZwrBtD2ZKS— Full Frontal (@FullFrontalSamB) April 28, 2016
While there was some controversy on the famed abolitionist replacing Andrew Jackson on the front of the bill, I think Samantha Bee pretty much hit the nail on the head while shutting critics down.
Speaking of hitting the nail on the head, this jarring video of men reading mean tweets face-to-face with women sports reporters is an amazing example of how social media is desensitizing us to hurting people's feelings. It's so easy to fire off something mean on the internet when you can't see the pain in the intended receiver's face.
The video has nearly 2.5 million views on YouTube at this point; however, judging by the disgustingly hateful comments section, the message was not received.
Guys. I am so so sorry. I just got a hold of the person who has my phone. (My new phone because apparently my old one was hacked) and I am rushing to get it. Thank you for all the concern and alerts. This will teach me not to unpack my car before a hike when I'm daydreaming like an idiot. Also thank you @docdanger for loaning me your phone. I changed all my Pw but I apologize for the previous posts and if they weirded anyone out. Xx.
Pretty Little Liars' Bellisario made the mistake of losing her phone, but it was quickly found by a do-gooder named Jack, who was on his way to Coachella. Jack decided to post a couple things to Bellisario's account in effort to reunite her with her belongings.
why isnt DISTURBED playing at coachella? My uncle tony told me they were headlining and i believed him until now. Apparently he lied to me! Every band at coachella is a joke compared to disturbed. Im extremely upset about this #coachella2016 guys never trust ur uncles especially if their name is tony
The phone ended up being a gold mine of a find for the guy, who was able to go backstage to see Skrillex perform and party with Zedd when Bellisario allowed him to use her VIP backstage wristbands.
Jack, of course, documented all of his fun on Bellisario's social media accounts with her phone. Also, can't fail to mention the fact that he repeatedly referred to Bellisario as "Trojan."
Episode 7 Extra: Hands Off now up! https://t.co/4ATprN9RLD— Unexplained Podcast (@unexplainedpod) April 28, 2016
If you are addicted to all things spooky, then this bi-weekly podcast is for you! Hosted by screenwriter Richard MacLean Smith, Unexplained focuses on strange and mysterious real-life events that defy explanation — and it's totally addicting.
This College Humor spoof on certain social media celebs' penchant for posting nude photos on Instagram in the name of feminist inspiration is right on the money — and freakin' hilarious.
Sandford's latest Lucas Davenport thriller — which finds Davenport tracking an armed man intent on killing a governor who is campaigning to be president — is already receiving rave reviews.
Pretty sure this is going to be this summer's theme song.
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