Following mild critiques from fans who wonder why tennis star, Serena Williams made an appearance in Beyonce’s video, Sorry, the award-winning player says she is not sorry for who she is.
Unlike what the world knows Serena for, she displayed the sexiness in her as she twerked in the recently released visuals for Beyonce‘s hit song ‘Sorry.’ Unapologetic for her display of sexual demeanor, Serena Williams says Beyonce is a huge inspiration, and it was a huge honor to appear in the music video.
Having known each other for a long time, the six-time Wimbledon champion recalled the process for the shoot, saying that she was only told about taking part in ‘something about being a strong woman’. In a recent interview with Grazia, the 34-year-old multiple Grand Slam winner explained . . .
“I am not sorry for who I am. Beyonce is a powerful individual. She motivates me, and obviously, it was super fun.
“I know Beyonce pretty well, so they were like, we would love for you to be in this particular song. It’s about strength and it’s about courage and that’s what we see you as.
“She told me that she just wants me to dance, like just be really free and just dance like nobody’s looking and go all out. So that wasn’t easy in the beginning, but then it got easier.”
Sorry was pulled out from the visual album that premiered on HBO back in April. It displays Queen Bey in a school bus with her well-painted dancers and in a mansion with Serena Williams as her personal vixen.
Throughout the Mansion clip, Beyonce sits with her middle finger up. Beside her Serena Williams displays her sexuality by twerking, whining and rolling her well-toned behind.