Beyoncé Faces Backlash from White Fans Over Country Music Songs


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Beyoncé released two country music songs earlier this month and announced that she’s working on a country music album set to drop later this year. She has received backlash for trying to switch genres, a common occurrence when artists make this shift. This backlash has now been framed as a race issue, with country music fans being labeled as “racists” if they express opposition to Beyoncé transitioning into their beloved genre.

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Backlash Against Beyoncé

Grio published an op-ed titled “Beyoncé is making a country album. White people like John Schneider need to get over it.” This is in response to Schneider of “Dukes Of Hazzard” fame comparing Beyoncé to a urinating dog when asked about her entry into the country music world.

Former Dukes of Hazzard actor and country singer John Schneider and the OAN host are upset about Beyoncé releasing a country song, saying that leftists are trying to take over everything and Beyoncé doing a country song is like a dog peeing on their tree.

Full Story: ‘Dukes Of Hazzard’ Star John Schneider Slams ‘Leftist’ Musicians – Compares Beyoncé To Urinating Dog

White People Are Told To ‘Get Over It’

In her Grio op-ed, author Monique Judge made the backlash Beyoncé received about race, arguing that white people “have never wanted us to thrive in areas they consider their own.” Judge directly responds to Schneider, accusing him of racism.

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It’s Not About Race

Despite Judge’s arguments, in reality, all musicians face pushback when they switch genres, regardless of race. When Taylor Swift transitioned from country to pop, she faced criticism from both pop and country worlds. Gwen Stefani, Miley Cyrus, and other artists were also criticized when trying to break out of their respective genres without facing accusations of racism.

In the end, country music fans have every right to tell Beyoncé that they aren’t interested in her taking over their genre, and they shouldn’t be accused of racism simply for expressing their opinions.

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