Former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani said on Monday that he had “saved more black lives” than Beyoncé, following the singer’s heralded MTV Music Video Awards performance, which made allusions to racial injustice.
At the awards show in New York on Sunday, Beyoncé performed a medley of songs from her recent “visual album” Lemonade, which was released with an accompanying film. The 15-minute performance began with her dancers falling as though shot by guns after they were hit by a red light, a reference to police killings of black people, and she was later joined onstage by a black man wearing a hoodie, a seeming reference to the clothing teenager Trayvon Martin wore when he was killed. She also brought the mothers of four unarmed black men who were killed in the US to the awards show. (theguardian.com – Amanda Puch) Read the full article by clicking here!
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