Beyoncé's Lemonade Gets Salty & More

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Today we've got: Beyoncé threatens Jay Z. Trump speaks the truth. And Starbucks and the U.N. make the world a better place.

1. Beyoncé Spits Out Her Lemonade

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Beyonce's visual album Lemonade dropped on Saturday night after her HBO special, leaving the Beyhive abuzz and proving that despite the fall of Prince this past week, we still live among giants.

With the first four songs serving up lyrics like "What a wicked way to treat the girl that loves you" hints that Jay Z's been living the hard-knock life in recent years. Fueled by rage, pain and mentions of heartbreak and infidelity the album is proving to be the hangover recovery album to Drunk In Love which came out in 2013.

2. Starbuxing Is A Thing Now.

Starbucks

Since their initial launch Emoji's have proved that the unspoken word is the word. The coffee chain unveiled its emoji keyboard Monday and people are going nuts over its emojified caffeinated beverages, cake pops and unicorns sipping fraps.

All you have to do to get the new icons is download the Starbucks Keyboard from your iTunes or phone app store.

3. Donald Trump Thinks John Kasich's Eating Habits Are Grossy

nypost.com

During a rally in Rhode Island on Monday, Donald Trump slammed a deal between Ted Cruz and John Katich describing it as “weak and pathetic.”

The Cruz-Kasich alliance was announced by the two campaigns as an attempt to stop Trump from winning enough delegated to receive the Republican nomination by giving up key upcoming states to each other.

Trump also made fun of Kasich’s eating habits telling his audience that he had “never seen a human being eat in such a disgusting fashion.” Which is a pretty LOL moment because for the first time everyone can agree on something Trump said. Smaller bites Kasich. Smaller bites.

4. Earth Day Gets A Dress Change.

thinkprogress.org

Last Friday 175 countries celebrated Earth Day by signing a climate change deal.

This might sound familiar because this is the exact same deal these same countries agreed upon at a summit Paris last year. Each country that signed the deal agreed to meet goals to slow down the increasing rise of global temperatures.

Originally the deal was supposed to go into effect in 2020 but after input from the U.S. and China (two of the leading gas production countries in the world) other countries were eager to get it into effect even sooner. It's possible such action could be expected to take place as early as this year.

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry signed the deal while his granddaughter sat on his lap to emphasize the message that the deal will be a better change for future generations.

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