Rumors have been swirling, but it has now been officially confirmed that Beyonce is continuing to show her support for the Black Lives Matter movement by featuring the families of Trayvon Martin, Tamir Rice and Michael Brown in a new music video.
This comes after Beyonce caused controversy over her ode to Black Lives in her music video and Super Bowl 50 performance of her hit song “Formation”.
Her fan site TheBeyhive.com is reporting that an upcoming video for a track on the singer’s next album will feature family members of slain teens Trayvon Martin, Tamir Rice and Michael Brown.
The name of the song — or its lyrics — is unknown, but her fan base claims the pop diva will release a brand new song, along with her new album, within the next few weeks.
According to the Bey Hive, the mothers of victims — all of whom were shot and killed by police — will hold photos of their deceased sons in the politically charged video.
Their tragic deaths helped sparked the Black Lives Matter movement.
Yasss Bey! We are so here for this new music video and we have no idea what the song is even called. LOL #OnlyBeyonce