September 4 is just a day like any other day, but for millions of Beyoncé’s fans it’s a day to celebrate…her birthday.
Mega-star Beyoncé turned 36 years old on Monday, and her anti-police friends paid an revolting tribute to her. Her friends, including former First Lady Michelle Obama, dressed up in what the singer donned in her “Fomation” Video – a Beyoncé song notoriously perceived as anti-police.
Michelle Obama, Serena Williams, Beyoncé’s mother Tina Knowles, and her daughter Blue Ivy, mother in law Gloria Carter, former Destiny’s Child band-mates Michelle Williams and Kelly Rowland all dressed in the gory garb. Missing from the photo shoot is the singer’s sister, Solange.
Beyoncé’s song, Formation, has been the center of much controversy, and Michelle Obama has put herself directly in it. Always standing by her police-hating friends, Michelle encouraged Beyoncé to perform the song at the 2016 Super Bowl.
The National Sheriffs’ Association’s president told The Washington Examiner that the cops were boycotting Beyoncé’s performance and were upset that the NFL allowed an “anti-police song to be permitted at the game.”
On Fox News, former New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani said, “I thought it was really outrageous that she used it as a platform to attack police officers.”
Beyoncé is not considered a very good role model for young girls, yet the former First Lady claims she’s all about modeling good behavior for the children in our country. Beyoncé is married to Jay-Z, who goes around the world calling himself a “Ni**a in Paris” and goes as far as to say that Beyoncé is the “b*tch in his home.”
When liberals were trying to make a huge deal out of a couple of things Donald Trump said, conservative pundit Betsy McCaughey was among the first to bring up Beyoncé, asserting during a CNN appearance that Michelle Obama was a hypocrite for expressing offense at Trump’s comments even though her “favorite performer,” Beyoncé, offers up worse language in her song lyrics.