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Carlos Santana Says Beyonce Is Not A Singer + Gets DRAGGED On Twitter & Issues An Apology

By Teonny Spears / Published on Wednesday, 15 Feb 2017 11:07 AM / 1 Comment

While many people and artists consider Beyonce to be one of the most talented singers of today, there is one legend who feels otherwise.

During an interview to promote his upcoming tour in New Zealand and Australia, when asked about Beyonce’s Grammy snub for Album of the Year, Santana stated:

“I think that Adele won because she can sing sing… With all respect to our sister Beyoncé, Beyoncé is very beautiful to look at and it’s more like modeling kind of music — music to model a dress — she’s not a singer, singer, with all respect to her.”

He added:

“Adele can sing, sing. She doesn’t bring all the dancers and props, she can just stand there and she just stood there and sang the song and that’s it, and this is why she wins.”

Of course that was all The Beyhive and Twitter needed to attacxk the musical icon:

The backlash was a little too much for Santana, so he issued an apology to clarify his comments, but it may have been a little too late:


About Teonny Spears

26 year-old Teonny Spears, is from a small town in Louisiana called Ferriday, where he currently lives. A fan of Pop music, Teonny began writing at a small age and in 2005, he began blogging for fun on Myspace about his favorite artists. After building a love for entertainment news, he began working for, and launched his own weekly show in 2009 called EnterSHADEment Talk for 8 seasons and over 200 episodes before ending the show in 2012. He shortly left Defglam in the same year. In 2012, Teonny became the Pop Culture Expert for Sinuous Magazine.After a three-year run, Teonny left the publication to pursue new interests, and now resides at, as the Editor-in-Chief, where he specializes in Celebrity Gossip, fashion, music & introducing readers to new and rising talent. Teonny is also part of a collective called The Bloginati, a Multifaceted group with people who touch on several forms of media.