Credit: Complex magazine
Beyoncé channels her most badassed self as she graces the cover of the August/September issue of Complex magazine. And let me say this: Anyone who manages to look halfway decent in high-waisted beige granny panties gets an A+ in my book. Actually, anyone who manages to look this hot in high-waisted beige granny panties should earn a spot in the "Guinness Book Of World Records."
Surrounded by the lyrics to her song "Run The World (Girls)," Beyoncé's got the wind-in-her-hair look down pat as she dons a crazy oversize, beaded necklace and a skintight striped crop top.
In addition to providing us with yet another insanely smokin' Beyoncé photo, Complex mag also sat down with the Queen B to chat about her music -- she strives to make songs that will "affect pop culture" -- and how she handles herself when she's feeling low. About her down days, the ever-strong Bey admits, "Whenever I feel bad, I use that feeling to motivate me to work harder. I only allow myself one day to feel sorry for myself. People who complain really get on my nerves. When I'm not feeling my best I ask myself, ‘What are you gonna do about it?'"
We don't call her Sasha Fierce for nothin'. Check out more of Beyoncé's Complex magazine shoot here.