Police Want To Boycott Beyonc├â┬⌐ After Her Super Bowl Halftime Show — Find Out Why!

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Sunday’s Super Bowl halftime performance definitely won’t be forgotten thanks to Beyonc├â┬⌐ and her AH-Mazing backup dancers.

However, something you may not have noticed about the performance was Bey’s dancers paid homage to the Black Panthers as well as the Black Lives Matter movement with their costumes.

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Of course Jay Z‘s wife’s new song Formation addresses the movement, but her dancers definitely paid their respects by donning outfits, including berets like those worn by members of the Black Panthers.

Not only that but Queen Bey’s Super Bowl crew was snapped a couple times with their fists in the air — a tribute to Tommie Smith and John Carlos, the American track stars who made similar gestures during the 1968 Olympic medal ceremony (below):

As you can see, the second picture has the troop honoring Mario Woods, a young black man that was killed by San Francisco police.

Since these actions were taken to raise awareness, we find absolutely nothing wrong with what the group did, but apparently not everyone felt that way.

During a Super Bowl party at the J.W. Marriot in Washington, the National Sheriffs’ Association got pretty pissed at Beyonce’s halftime show and turned it off!

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The officers apparently have taken a bit of offense to the music video for the 34-year-old’s new song.

The Formation video not only pays homage to people killed in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina, but there’s a segment of the video that features spray painting on a wall that reads “stop shooting us.”

But the National Sheriff’s association wasn’t the only group that got upset as the Chicago Code BLUE Facebook group took to the social media site to protest:

Boycott The 2016 Super Bowl Anti-Police Halftime show#ChicagoCodeBlue #Beyonce #Superbowl #Superbowlhalftime…
Posted by Chicago Code BLUE on Sunday, February 7, 2016

What do you think of officers’ protest?!

Feb 8, 2016 3:29pm PDT

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