MORE Bad News For Beyoncé, Look What’s NOT Happening At Sold-Out Show

In the wake of her awful and racist Super Bowl halftime show, Beyoncé just continues to get bad news. Aside from being hated by more than half of America, something important appears as if it’s going to be lacking for an upcoming sold-out show, and it’s pretty much poetic justice.

You see, while Beyoncé thought she was being provocative with her blatantly anti-law enforcement performance, what she was actually doing was upsetting a lot of people, including the very law enforcement that keeps her dumb ass safe. So it stands to reason that after watching what happened o the big stage, they would collectively give her the middle finger.

Cue Tampa Police.

On April 29, she’s supposed to be playing a sold-out show at Raymond James Stadium, and typically, police officers from around town would sign up to work security at the show to make a little extra cash. Typically. However, following the Super Bowl and the divisive message Beyoncé sent, things aren’t exactly typical for police.


According to Fox 13, the sign-up sheet for officers to work her show is lacking volunteers. How badly? Well, it’s blank.

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Tampa Police Department spokesperson Steve Hegarty was unable to tell FOX 13 News if the lack of names on the list revealed officers’ feelings about Beyoncé or the recent controversy surrounding her music and the Super Bowl halftime show where she and a group of dancers wore outfits themed after the Black Panthers.


Tampa Police did not clarify if officers could be forced to work the concert or if officers already on duty that night could be reassigned to cover the concert.

Police officials said this would not be the first time officers were not interested in working for an event featuring a controversial politician or celebrity, but each time the department is able to ensure enough officers cover the venue prior to the event.

What a pity. Looks like her black entitlement might not save her this time around.

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