United States.- Mathew Knowles decided to defend his daughter Beyonce after he faced a terrible backlash from the community LGBTQIA+ for her performance in Dubai, where the homosexuality It is illegal.
The music manager told TMZ on January 24 that the celebrity’s show at the new Atlantis The Royal resort “brought together a very diverse crowd” and brought people together. Mathew, 71, also added that Beyoncé “has always stood for inclusivity” and would never do anything to “deliberately hurt someone.”
About why he didn’t perform any songs from his new album, his dad confirmed what they had been saying about him planning a tour. “She’ll announce it when she’s ready.”
Although the singer has not addressed the criticism, social media users were quick to speak up about it about her headlining performance on Saturday. “No problem, but I have a hard time understanding why Beyoncé, who has half a billion dollars, would accept $20 million to make her debut presentation of the album Renaissance, a record that is very elevated from queer culture, in Dubai, a country where LGBT rights are not recognized,” one person tweeted.
Are they forgetting that Dubai is one of the most homophobic places [sic] in the world and all of you gays are enjoying #Beyonce… she gets paid £24m to perform for a bunch of homophobic idiots. She is not an idol of mine.”
However, other fans shared their father’s feeling about the famous program. “Everyone is crying over @Beyonce’s performance in Dubai, yeah they can be anti-gay whatever. But think about it! she just brought so many gays to dubai for her weekend. She thinks big Bitches,” one tweeted.
Beyoncé can perform wherever she wants! Dubai paid him $24 million. I don’t care what Dubai has to say about gays. 24 million? Where do you want me to perform?”
So they got mad [sic] with @Beyonce when she toured those states in the US that have anti-LGBTQ laws? or are you gone [sic] do you still get your tickets? Selective outrage is working on my #cozy nerves,” tweeted TS Madison, an LGBTQIA+ activist who appeared on Renaissance.