Beyoncé Makes HUGE Controversial Statement During Super Bowl – A Bad Sign of Things to Come

Beyoncé Makes HUGE Controversial Statement During Super Bowl – A Bad Sign of Things to Come

Ever since the Justin Timberlake/Janet Jackson wardrobe malfunction fiasco, the NFL has been very careful to have more family-friendly Super Bowl halftime shows… but that doesn’t mean that controversy can’t be snuck past the censors. Beyoncé performed at the Super Bowl 50 halftime show Sunday night, and the meaning of the song she sang may shock you.

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There is no question that famous singer Beyonce and her husband Jay-Z are Obama-supporting activists. But people are noticing something about a hidden message Beyonce sent during tonight’s Super Bowl Half Time performance.

With Coldplay and Bruno Mars, Beyonce introduced her new song- which is called “Formation.” That song is a tribute to the radical Black Lives Matter movement, as you can see in the music video (below):

The story shows Beyonce on top of a cop car in New Orelans years after Hurricane Katrina.

The screen is covered with the words “Stop Shooting Us” and shows black children wearing hoodies taunting police officers.

Simply disgraceful.

It’s all about supporting the #BlackLivesMatter movement — which is at the expense of the millions of police officers who risk their lives to protect our own each and every day, and all in support of some violent thugs. What a good message to be sending our children!

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