GRAMMYS 2017: Beyoncé Lost Album Of The Year And The Internet Is Furious

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Woodrow Whyte

By Woodrow Whyte


Despite releasing what was undoubtedly the album of her career, Beyoncé has yet again lost the Grammy award for Album of the Year for the third time, this time to Adele.

In a moving speech, Adele said she could not accept the award and dedicated it to Beyoncé. "I can't possibly accept this award", she said. "My artist of my life is Beyoncé". Both singers were in tears. Watch the speech below.


The internet has, quite predictably and understandably, got very angry about the decision. Leading the charge is Beyonce's sister, Solange, who tweeted a link to Frank Ocean's letter to the Grammy's about the institutional racism against artists of colour in the big categories like album of the year.


It turns out that Adele might have even voted for Beyoncé to win the album of the year prize.


Solange is far from the only one with this opinion.


Calls for Beyoncé to boycott future Grammys, like Frank Ocean and Kanye West, have already began.



Adele is being praised for speaking out against the decision.




History is repeating itself.




This isn't the last we've heard of this.