Given that the film tells the story of a Black boy, it's not surprising Beyoncé dedicated it to Sir—but obviously the internet is going to make some jokes about how she left out Blue and Rumi. “Rumi already acting as if she the middle child.
The entire film is actually dedicated to Rumi's twin brother, Sir Carter—so he technically makes an appearance, too. “Dedicated to my son, Sir Carter,” a part of the film reads. "And to all our sons and daughters, the sun and the moon bow for you.
Beyoncé's Black Is King started streaming at midnight (Pacific time) on July 31, and it's already having a, well, Beyoncé-sized impact on the world and the internet.
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