Oh well, you can’t please everyone! The CMAs got the attention of more than just country music fans this year! When it was announced that Beyonce would grace the stage at the 50th Annual Country Music Awards, Twitter went into a frenzy due to the epic, yet brilliant (to us) short notice! And she wasn’t by herself! The Dixie Chicks were there to murder the stage with her.
After covering Queen Bey’s country-inspired song “Daddy Lessons” from the album “Lemonade” on their summer tour, the Queens of Country joined her to give a performance of a lifetime.
We are so proud of Bey for this crossover performance, but of course we are nowhere near surprised! Shout out to the Queen of The H, and at this point, the Queen of the Entertainment Industry. Here at N.W.A., we give credit when and where it’s due!
Now while the Beyhive were singing her praises, others….not so much. Checked out the mixed reviews of Queen Bey’s performance. Leave it to those crazy folks in the Twitterverse!
Some of the audience members during Beyoncé’s CMA performance were NOT happy! lol
She did that tho!!
— Kat Blaque (@kat_blaque) November 3, 2016
i can’t believe Beyoncé created country music
— ?ASH LEÓN? (@theAshLeon) November 3, 2016
— Natalie Maines (@1NatalieMaines) November 3, 2016
all the country fans saying “Beyoncé sounded so country!” no. country sounds black. there’s a reason why she put a country song on Lemonade
— lil lamb (@RicheyCollazo) November 3, 2016
— BEYGODCÈ (@BeHivee_Stann) November 3, 2016
when country music is so desperate for views that beyonce is performing at the CMAs.. U HAVE SO MUCH TALENT COUNTRY! LET YOUR ARTISTS SING!
— $arah? (@sar4hdanielle) November 2, 2016
So you’re trying to tell me Beyoncé is going to preform at the CMAs and Shania Twain isn’t
— Amber Wilborn (@ohlookitsamber) November 2, 2016
“Daddy said shoot? Is Beyoncé really gonna promote violence on live TV? I thought black lives mattered but apparently she doesn’t think so” pic.twitter.com/Ly5UZhLRXL
— nañi (@pettyblackgirI) November 3, 2016
November 2nd 2016, mad ting dear diary, Beyoncé invented a new genre, dem call it country pic.twitter.com/8ZTWLHOdJi
— • (@ArtByVenus) November 3, 2016