Beyoncé Uses Ronda Rousey’s “Do Nothing Bitch” Speech At Made In America: Watch
Beyoncé channeled a fighting champion last night (September 5) during her headlining Made in America set.
Earlier this summer, Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) contender Ronda Rousey explained a term that she coined for what she didn’t want to become: a do nothing bitch. “Just because my body was developed for a purpose other than fucking millionaires doesn’t mean it’s masculine,” she says. “I think it’s femininely badass as fuck because there’s not a single muscle on my body that isn’t for a purpose, because I’m not a do nothing bitch.”
This is what Beyoncé played to segue into 2008’s “Diva,” as in “A diva is a female version of a hustler” — a fitting introduction.
Already, Ronda is the face of UFC’s women’s division, which launched in 2011 and installed her as its bantamweight champion. To date, she’s undefeated. And if you blink during one of her UFC matches, there is a good chance that you’ll miss it, as she won her last title in 14 seconds. But it is statements like her “do nothing bitch” speech, along with her challenging pro boxer Floyd Mayweather, that have made her known outside of the UFC Octagon as a hero of sorts — yes, even to Beyoncé.
Watch Beyoncé introduce “Diva” with Ronda Rousey’s “Do nothing bitch” speech at Made in America below.
— Jody_Highflyer (@JodyHighflyer) September 6, 2015