There is no question that Queen Bey absolutely slayed the 2016 Video Music Awards with her “Lemonade” melody — 15 minutes of powerhouse vocals, flawless choreography, fire, fierceness and, of course, a powerful message about Black Lives Matter.
Not everyone was a fan, however, namely former NYC Mayor, Rudy Giuliani.
On the "Fox & Friends" TV Show, he said: “I saved more black lives than all the people on that stage by reducing crime.”
He adds: “If you’re gonna do that you need to symbolize what those police officers are doing in those neighborhoods. What are you going to do about that? What are you doing about it? To me it’s two easy answers — a much better education and a good job. What have you done?”
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This isn’t the first time Giuliani has criticized Beyonce. Earlier this year, he frowned upon her Superbowl performance on the same TV show, saying: “I thought it was outrageous she used [The Superbowl] as a platform to attack police officers — the people that protect her, protect us.”
Giuliani really seems to have an issue with the "Halo" singer. Why?