During this year’s Super Bowl back in February, Beyonce used her halftime performance to shamelessly attack America’s police officers. Since then, she has travelled all over the country giving anti-cop performances wherever she can.
Now, this attitude has come back to bite her in a big way.
On Monday, proud Minnesota Democrats Gov. Mark Dayton and Lt. Gov. Tina Smith outraged their state’s cops by declaring May 23 to be “Beyonce Day.”
“Beyoncé has influenced many Minnesota girls and women with the powerful, positive messages in her music, and her impact and success have been widely recognized,” they announced in a news brief, according to Conservative Tribune.
However, when Minneapolis station KMSP shared the brief on their Facebook page, the backlash was both swift and brutal.
“I have never in my life been so embarrassed to be from Minnesota,” wrote Minnesota resident Brandi Petit in a comment that has already gotten over 6,000 likes.
“Is this the same Beyoncé that promoted violence against police during the Super Bowl Halftime?” wrote another Facebook user. “Is this the same Beyoncé that is being blamed by sheriffs and police departments across the nation for attacks against police stemming from her ‘Formations’ video? Gov. Dayton, I respectfully call for your to withdraw your proclamation honoring Beyoncé like this. It is not in the state’s best interests.”
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