“You know you that b***ch when you cause all this conversation, always stay gracious. Best revenge is your paper.” These lyrics are holding truth to its meanings, as Beyoncé has definitely caused a lot of conversation ever since her debut video and song “Formation.”
The latest controversy surrounding Queen Bey’s music is her up coming tour named after the song “Formation.” The first city her tour is supposed to stop at is Miami on April 27, and according to reports The Miami Fraternal Order of Police released a statement saying it would allow its members to boycott her show, over what the group believed to be anti-police symbolism during the singers Super Bowl halftime show and in her “Formation” video.
What this essentially means is that police officers would have the right to not work the event which will leave her with minimum to no security. BET News correspondent Marc Lamont Hill told ET on Friday “Beyoncé is in no way anti-police, and I find it ridiculous and absurd that they would even say that.” A spokesperson for The Miami Police department responded to the accusations of the alleged boycott and this is what they had to say “Anybody that wants to go to that concert, that wants to enjoy themselves can rest assure that the police are going to be there to protect them.” So if you were apart of the Beyhive crew that have purchased your tickets already, no worries there will be plenty of officers on duty that night to keep everyone safe.