Sha’Carri Richardson explains what the fate of her Beyoncé worship had to be

Sha’Carri Richardson explains what the fate of her Beyoncé worship had to be

Sha’Carri Richardson was named the fastest woman in the world – which means she is always one step ahead. So it makes sense that her taste in music is on the next level. A digital cover story for “Vogue” offered fans an insight into the everyday life of the athletics star before the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris.

Although Richardson is from Dallas, Texas, she isn’t a part of any Dallas-Houston feud. In fact, you’ll probably find a famous Houstonian on Richardson’s workout playlist.

“Do I like Beyoncé? Of course I like Beyoncé,” Richardson said. “And (Beyoncé’s latest album) Cowboy CarterI mean, I went to Carter High School in Dallas, we were the Carter Cowboys, so it’s come full circle, Beyoncé, she’s a Texas girl like me…”

Richardson was scheduled to compete in the 2021 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, but she was controversial. disqualified after positive marijuana testAfter that, she withdrew from the limelight for a while.

Although Richardson’s Olympic debut is highly anticipated, especially after numerous setbacks, she has one simple request: Don’t call it a comeback.

“I’m not back,” Richardson told Vogue. “I’m better.”

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