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Beyonce has an army of robot bodyguards.
You know how in a lot of her music videos she has two backup dancers who stand behind her and mimic her movements? They're really Ridiculously Human Robots. She probably got them as gifts from Lady Gaga, who is secretly a Mad Scientist and does pop music as a hobby when she's not plotting to Take Over the World.

The music video for "Why Don't You Love Me" is her own prequel to "Telephone".
Let's see... B.B. Homemaker? The man who won't love her is the same man she and Gaga kill in the diner. She gets fed up with stooping to playing vintage-pinup domestic goddess, busts the other half of her Dream Team out of jail, takes a level in badass, and goes on a crime spree.
  • Oh thank god I'm not the only one who thinks this!
    • This makes perfect sense!

Single Ladies isn't as clear-cut as it seems.
It's actually about Beyonce trying to reassure herself that she didn't just ruin a good relationship for no reason.

"If I Were a Boy" Doesn't Mean What We Think It Means
When she says, "But you're just a boy," she means, "You're too immature," or "you're not half the man you think you are," and not "you're just a male." Explains why "Boy" is used instead of "man" so frequently except in the lines, "One day you'll wish you were a better man," and "I swear I'd be a better man."
  • To support this Beyoncé really only seems to be addressing one person in particular and not all men.

The perspective character of "Single Ladies" is a Green Lantern in the aftermath of Zero Hour: Crisis in Time!.
In-Universe, Duscher of Plumbing the Death Star tries to pitch "How Does Dating Work in Beyoncé's Single Ladies?" by asking why "he" needs to "put a ring on it" in this universe, only for his two co-hosts to answer his question and leave him with nothing to say five minutes into the episode. This leaves the cast with another twenty minutes of the episode to fill, so they end up fumbling into an absurd theory about how Beyonce is a Green Lantern talking about the madness of Hal Jordan suffered in Zero Hour: Crisis in Time!.