Apparently New York Post columnist Naomi Schaefer Riley seems to think so.
Riley is among the folks who just didn’t like Jay and Beyoncé’s Grammy Awards performance of Bey’s hit single “Drunk In Love.”
In her latest column, which came out Tuesday, the writer labeled the rap icon as a “poor excuse for a husband” for blurring “the line between what goes on in their bedroom and what happens on national TV” as she criticized the power couple for highlighting their “foreplay.”
“It wasn’t surprising to see Jay Z, looking pleased at his wife’s hyper-sexualized exhibition on stage,” said Hays, who noted that Jay Z has “made a living singing lyrics that call women ‘bitches’ and ‘hos,’ so we shouldn’t be surprised that he objectified his own wife on stage.”
Beyoncé wasn’t left out as Riley expanded her critique to include the singer and President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle. The columnist mocked Mrs. Carter’s recent feminist writings while finding fault with the Obamas for praising Jay and Bey in the past.