Beyonce: “I’m Not Anti-Police”

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    When Beyonce dropped her new track, “Formation,” she had the world talking. While many people supported her message and the imagery in the music video, many people took offense to the political messages, what many felt was an anti-police agenda, and her tribute to the Black Panther Party during her Super Bowl halftime performance.

    Finally, the singer is speaking out against the backlash in the recent issue of Elle Magazine.

    “…Anyone who perceives my message as anti-police is completely mistaken. I have so much admiration and respect for officers and families of officers who sacrifice themselves to keep us safe. But let’s be clear: I am against police brutality and injustice. Those are two separate things. If celebrating my roots and culture during Black History Month made anyone uncomfortable, those feelings were there long before a video and long before me. I’m proud of what we created and I’m proud to be part of a conversation that is pushing things forward in a positive way,” ~ Beyonce

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    1. But cops can kill blacks for no reason but it coolto be racist if you are white but anybody even dress like a panther you think we calling up the spirit of Malcolm it Huey or we gonna start nat turner 2020 f*ck all racist whites and your gay ass kkk sheets devil worshipping ass mfs

    2. Bey write a song by herself yeah right she always took credit for songs we know these artists don't write their songs and these songs must gave the same producers cause they sound alike

    3. I can't take her or the song seriously…..She helps Black women support the Korean economy by wearing weaves.
      Do you really think Black women are trying to imitate white women? NO! They want to be like her.

      • Black people don't give a shit about how black women wear their hair they just want to control black women How about controlling all these ashys impregnating women control male birth control that's a start by doing a condom giveaway ! f*ck out of here.

    4. How can anyone be offended by Beyonce. She's not even intelligent. She didn't even graduate high school and her vocabulary is limited. She's not a threat just a puppet and someone is pulling the strings.

    5. I remember somebody saying Beyonce is the biggest embarrassment to Texas than George Bush and his family.

    6. Yeah right, they said that they were going to boycott her and all white America was up in arms about what she did. But did you notice that she didn’t lose not one single endorsement deal. Hmmmmmmmm.

      “I’m proud of what we created and I’m proud to be part of a conversation that is pushing things forward in a positive way”

      Nuuuh Uhhhhhh, remember what she said in her song.

      “You know you that bitch when you cause all this conversation.”

      The only things that she was pushing forward in a positive way was for them that be and all the attention she got for herself nothing more. Beyonce does not care about the police or Black people. She tried it tho.

      What you have here folks is her amazing new PR team cleaning up before her tour campaign.

      • Exactly!! Thats how you know it was a scheme. White folks "hated" it but not one endorsement deal gone! You nailed it. And without the imagery of the video I wouldn't have known that song was "pro black"

    7. I actually liked it, it was very creative. Although, she makes it clear she is celebrating her “creole” roots, not black roots. Bey still ain’t come to terms with the black folks in her lineage. Of course this Formation thing was an agenda, but it was well done and she acted, danced and sang the hell out of it.
      Give Ms. Beydevilled her due now!

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