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Although no one in Beyoncè camp has confirmed it yet, the Beyhive, one of her fan collectives, is reporting that Beyoncé’s next video may be more controversial than her last one for “Formation.” They are saying that Queen B’s next video for an as yet unknown song for what may be an upcoming album dropping in advance of her summer tour, will embrace the Black Lives Matter movement.

How so? The reports say that Sybrina Fulton, Trayvon Martin’s mother, Lesley McSpadden, Michael Brown’s mother and Samaria Rice, Tamir Rice’s mother will all appear in the video, likely holding photos of their slain sons.

As we don’t know what song it’s for or any more information about the upcoming release, it hard to say if it’s true. However, Beyonce and Jay-Z have openly supported the BLM protestors. Jay-Z was behind supplying NBA players with ‘I Can’t Breathe’ T-shirts in the aftermath of Eric Garner’s death, and the lack of charges for the police involved in his death. It has been reported that they also have donated to BLM and possibly bailed out protestors including ones jailed during the uprising in Baltimore.

The Hive says you can expect that new release, sometime in April, with a new short film, an alternate edit of the “Formation” video and more.



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