After Beyonce Fans Dragged Carlos Santana For Throwing Shade At Her, He Kind Of Backtracked With A New Statement

Legendary musician Carlos Santana is scrambling to clarify the comments he made in regards to Beyoncé’s Grammy snub. ICYMI, here’s how it went down:

When Adele accepted the Grammy for Album of the Year for 25, she told the audience it was Beyoncé who deserved the award for her album Lemonade.


And Beyoncé couldn’t hold back the tears.

Most people seemed to agree with Adele’s statement – except for maybe Carlos Santana, who said this to the Australian Associated Press:

“I think that Adele won because she can sing, sing,” Santana said. “With all respect to our sister Beyoncé, Beyoncé is very beautiful to look at and it’s more like modeling kind of music — music to model a dress — she’s not a singer, singer, with all respect to her… Adele can sing, sing. She doesn’t bring all the dancers and props, she can just stand there and she just stood there and sang the song and that’s it, and this is why she wins.”

As expected, the Beyhive came swarming after him.


People were afraid something had happened to him.

Others were basically warning him before something did happen.

People were *done* with him.

Someone pulled up the facts to remind him he performed onstage with Queen B in the past.

Following all of this, Santana came forward to clear the air:

I would like to clarify a comment that was reported when I was doing an interview for some upcoming shows in Australia &…

Carlos Santana 发布于 2017年2月14日

Hmm… think the Beyhive will forgive him?

READ: Here’s Why People On The Internet Can’t Get Over Beyoncé’s Performance At The Grammys

Pedro Pascal Talked To Jimmy Kimmel About "Narcos" Season 3's New Villains


Pedro Pascal Talked To Jimmy Kimmel About “Narcos” Season 3’s New Villains

Jimmy Kimmel Live / YouTube / Narcos / Netflix

Pedro Pascal electrified fans of “Game Of Thrones” with his performance as Oberyn Martell, but it’s his latest project that has people talking. Pascal plays DEA officer Javier Peña in the Netflix original series “Narcos,” which has been renewed for a third and fourth season and it seems like it’s just getting started. Pascal sat down with Jimmy Kimmel to discuss the upcoming season of “Narcos.” *Spoilers Ahead*

Pedro Pascal explained ‘Narcos’ is about more than just Pablo Escobar.

Jimmy Kimmel Live / YouTube
CREDIT: Jimmy Kimmel Live / YouTube

The show is more about the overall drug trade from South America into the United States.

“I think, a lot of people thought, ‘Well, once Pablo Escobar is dead on the show, then that’s it, there’s no more show,'” Kimmel told Pascal. “But the show is going to continue.”

Of course, Kimmel tried his hardest to pry any kind of secret about the show out of Pascal.

Jimmy Kimmel Live / YouTube
CREDIT: Jimmy Kimmel Live / YouTube

Pascal couldn’t offer much, but he did let us know who the DEA’s next target would be.

Jimmy Kimmel Live / YouTube
CREDIT: Jimmy Kimmel Live / YouTube

“People know a lot less about the Cali Cartel, including myself,” Pascal joked.

And he seemed really excited to learn about the Cali Cartel for the role.

Jimmy Kimmel Live / YouTube
CREDIT: Jimmy Kimmel Live / YouTube

“They were richer than Pablo. There were four of them. They took over Miami after Pablo was killed,” Pascal told Kimmel. “And they already owned New York so there’s a lot. There’s a lot of cocaine in season 3.”

Check out Pascal’s full ‘Narcos’ interview below, including what some Colombians think about the show.

READ: Yo, Pablo Escobar is Pretty F’n Scary in this Dark, Violent Trailer for ‘Narcos’

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