Take this as definitive proof: The queen never left. Well, if the voice sounded vaguely familiar to you, there's a reason for that: You've likely seen at least one video featuring social media star Anthony Barre — or, as he was better known by his social media celebrity name, Messy Mya. The specific quote is actually from a video that Messy Mya appeared in back in , in which he says in the beginning: "The subject I wanna talk about today is what happened after New Orleans? Messy Mya was a local celebrity of sorts in New Orleans, so it makes sense that his voice would be included in Bey's video — the whole thing was shot in New Orleans , and it seems to be very much an ode to the city. But, also, it might go deeper than that: The lyrics as well as much of the imagery — like the "stop shooting us" graffiti are particularly politically charged in the video.
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Today a memorial will remember the talented comic and YouTube personality. There were reportedly over a hundred persons in attendance. Mya, 22, was in the crowd when suddenly gunfire erupted. A witness described the scene. They had children out here at the time and we were trying to get them to safety. Mya was shot, left dead face down. Quickly, a crowd surrounded Mya.
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The year-old New Orleans viral sensation was reportedly attending a baby shower with his girlfriend. He was reportedly ambushed by a group of young men and was then shot and killed on a city street corner. We will not be re-posting the photos on any account, however gossip guru site MediaTakeOut. View at your own discretion. Twitter has reportedly taken measures to remove the photos from their server as well.