Just hours later after the video picked up steam, the dancer tweeted: "I was having a bad week and y'all are really making my heart so happy with all the love!"
After a history-making set at Coachella last weekend, Beyoncé will once again take the stage this Saturday, but unlike last weekend, this performance will not be livestreamed, a spokesperson for YouTube confirmed to CNN. "You can always tell when someone is prepared". "We did like 10-to-14 hour days. Some jobs you might chill - craft services, read a book, hop on your phone - for a couple hours, but not while we were there [with Beyoncé]", he says.
This falls in line with Coachella's policy for the past eight years, choosing not to stream the second weekend of the festival in an effort to encourage fans to pay the price of admission for the live show. We were getting put to use with ideas, fitting, wardrobe, video blocking.
Ratti, a member of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. was shocked to find out the Lemonade singer was including HBCU culture in the performance.
As for Beyoncé herself, Ratti says that she was "like an auntie" during the whole rehearsal process. She added, "Every part of the performance I was like 'omg I know what that means!" So to see it presented at Coachella, I was like, 'Woah. It made me do even better because I understand that she's a real artist.
There's also some bad news for those not attending the festival.
In addition to the comments from Bey's dancer, who's also worked with Madonna and Kelly Rowland, the Houston native sparked suspicion after posting a photo on her website of a road case with the names of songs she didn't perform the first weekend.