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Hip Hop icons Salt-N-Pepa rocked the stage in New York City last night for a reunion show. Along with performing their biggest hits to the crowd of screaming fans, the female rap group paid tribute to ‘Younce with a dance routine to “Run the World (Girls).”
Real Beyonce fans know she also honored Salt-N-Pepa in “Nasty Girl,” a track from Destiny Child’s third album Survivor. She used a distinct vocal interpolation of “Push It” at the 1.40 mark mark. (Check it out below.)
In related Bey news, it looks like her loyal bodyguard Julius is back to work. Following elevatorgate and reports that he was fired, Julius was photographed escorting Queen Bey out of her office building in NYC yesterday. He was working hard and she was all smiles in a Bohemian-inspired getup.