Beyonce Posts Handwritten Note In Support Of Marriage Equality

Sam Lansky | March 27, 2013 6:37 am

In the increasingly polarized battle for marriage equality, we’ve been waiting breathlessly for the most important political voice of our time to rise up and speak her truth: Beyonce, a singer, occasional taxi driver and grown-ass-woman who is also the Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court of Our Dreams.

Last night, she finally broke her silence to post a handwritten note to her Instagram, managing to be both generous with her hallowed insights and also a little bit self-aggrandizing and self-referential in that way that Beyonce always does best. 

Yes, it came down from on high: King Bey supports marriage equality. Surprise! (Not actually surprising at all.) “If you like it you should be able to put a ring on it,” she scrawled on a piece of red stationery, stationery that probably cost more than your house. “#wewill unite 4 marriage equality!” (Or maybe it’s #wewillunite4marriageequality. Not entirely certain.) At any rate, while someone should probably advise Beyonce that except as a stylistic flourish there’s little use in a handwritten hashtag, it’s certainly nice for the celebrated superstar to lend her support to the cause.

When reached for comment, Antonin Scalia said, “Lol, nvm, wrong about everything #dumb. Tx Bey. #wise #grown”

Check the full note below:

Beyonce Marriage Equality Note

[via Instagram]