PHOTOS: Beyonce Rocks African Print Cloth That Communicates Self-containment, Self-discipline And Self-control


Hey, y’all beyhive…

The queen is at again.

Queen Bey has been rocking African prints (Ankara) for years and it looks like she’s not about to stop.

Two days ago, she stepped out in a beautiful African prints cloth beside her husband JAY-Z to support Swizz Beatz’s Dream Weavers Art Exhibition Opening Party in Los Angeles.

The name of the African prints she was wearing is “Ani Bre A Enso Gya” which loosely translates into “Greed shouldn’t catch fire.”

The design of the African Prints is an Adinkra symbol – “Ani Bre A Enso Gya”

The symbols are used as evocative messages for conveying traditional messages.

It is a symbol of self-containment, self-discipline and self-control. It is a reminder that one should be calm and controlled in all situations.

Let’s see more photos of Beyonce in her beautiful African print dress… Dem hat, pants and the blazer…wow!

Beyonce looks awesome, always!!!

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  1. Loli

    February 16, 2019 at 7:35 am

    Pls African prints are not called ‘ankara’ this is a Nigerian term which they gave to Ghanaian prints when they bought it from ‘accra’ history has it that the term Ankara was derived from the city Accra … can we love ourselves as Ghanaians for once ????We can’t lose all our identity .. Ankara is how Nigerians call the print from Ghana n so it can’t be adopted as the name for African prints….. Ghana has a name for it or u could have rightly said ‘Ankara as Nigerians call it!

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