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People are really upset about Beyoncé’s Super Bowl Halftime Show performance last Sunday. In fact, they are so upset that a protest has been organized. It will take place on February 16 in front of NFL Headquarters in Manhattan, which is coincidentally (or not) the same day that tickets for Beyoncé’s “Formation” world tour go on sale.
Politics are at the forefront of the rally, including former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, calling the performance on Sunday “anti-police.”
The invitation to the rally accuses Queen Bey of “race-baiting” and called the performance a “slap in the face to law enforcement.”
It’s also interesting to note that the organizers of the protest are remaining nameless and did not respond to the media when asked for comment.
Giuliani, however, did give a statement, saying that there is no place for politics in football and that she used one of the biggest media platforms in the world to “attack police officers.”
You can check out the video here:
Check out how she prepared for the show: