Remember when Country Music Awards announced that Beyonce was going to perform at the awards ceremony? Some country fans sure were NOT pleased.
The Lemonade superstar went on and took the stage anyway, sharing it with Dixie Chicks, singing "Daddy Lessons" from her latest album.
Mmmm country = blonde hair, cold beer, hot sun, and a cowboy hat? 😍
Queen Bey's fans not only clapped back--hard!--at her haters, they continue to remind everyone that much of country music came out of black culture.
Living for Beyoncé reminding a room full of uncomfortable white people that the origins of country music are deeply rooted in black culture.— Caroline ✨ (@karolinecelly) November 3, 2016
The banjo, for instance? One of country music's most popular staple originated from African folk music.
Not to mention, Bey just looks stunning rocking a lasso and a cowboy hat.
But the drama was far from over, even after the awards show was over. The CMA awards mysteriously deleted EVERY TRACE of Beyonce from all their related social media accounts. It was as if she wasn't even there. Hmmmmm.
They deleted everything Beyonce-related from their website and social media accounts.— Pop Crave (@PopCrave) November 3, 2016
What a shitty cover-up, CMAs! Instead of keeping your racist fans in check, you assist them in this foolishness?
Beyhive's got it all on lock though:
Elle Magazine is on it too:
Watch her full performance here, slaying it with her vocals:
All this = all in a day's work for Beyonce. *hats off, lights out*