In one scene in the video is a boy in hoodie dancing in front of police officers in riot gear. The policemen stretching up their hands and a wall with the text “stop shooting us” – stop shooting us, going forward.
The news agency AFP says that the video is the most political stance to date for Beyoncé, which so far rarely created controversy.
During Super Bowl appearance formed Beyoncé and her dancers an X, which has been seen as a reference to the rights activist Malcolm X. the dancers were also dressed in a as the organization celebrates Black Panthers, founded 50 years ago, writes the LA Times.
While many espouse the star, she also met with opposition. Former mayor of New York, Rudy Giuliani said in Fow News studio that he thought the performance was ridiculous.
– I think it is outrageous that she uses this platform to attack the police who are the people protecting her and protects us and keeps us alive.