Having achieved almost every success a person can achieve, Beyoncé focuses on their legacy, the roads he can create for their children and others like them. “Success looks different to me now. I learned through miscarriages that I had to mother myself before I could mother someone else,” Elle mused. “Then I was blue and the search for my purpose got so much deeper. I died and was reborn in my relationship, and the search for myself got stronger.”
With this in mind, she tackles every new challenge and transforms her headlining appearance at Coachella in 2018, for example, into an unabashed celebration of Afro-American culture.
“As a black woman, I felt like the world wanted me to stay in my little box, and black women often feel underrated. I wanted us to be proud not only of the show, but also of the process, proud of the fight, grateful for the beauty that comes with a painful story, and rejoice in the pain, rejoice in the imperfections and injustices that are so damn right, “she explained on her Netflix document. “I wanted everyone to be grateful for their curves, their bullshit, their honesty and their freedom. There were no rules and we were able to create a free, safe space where none of us was excluded.”