Tomi Lahren, host of Glenn Beck’s The Blaze network, argued this week that Beyonce tribute to Black Lives Matter and the Black Panthers at the Super Bowl was unfair to “little white girls” who like her music. “First it was hands up, don’t shoot,” Lahren...
Don’t Call The Black Panther Party Terrorists There’s an anti-Beyonce protest going on where angry White people are being angry White people over the fact that Beyonce had a Black Panther-inspired set piece at the Super Bowl. Their reasoning? The
On February 9’s The View on ABC, the panel opened the show by discussing Beyonce’s Super bowl performance with its racially charged theme invoking both Black Lives Matter and the Black Panthers. Cohost and CNN legal analyst Sunny Hostin was the first one to step up and gush over the pop star’s “extremely brave” performance.
The Carolina Panthers star QB has come under fire for walking out of a press conference. Its yet another frustrating example of the double-standards applied to black sports stars.
The backlash against direct-to-consumer (DTC) drug ads during the Super Bowl may not have been as furious as the backlash against Beyonce's tribute to Malcolm X, the Black Panthers and Black Lives Matter, but it did involve the White House, which specifically criticized a "PSA" about opioid-induced constipation (OIC). Show More Summary
THE PSYCHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF THE COLONIZER'S FIELD AGENT: THE PRECIPITATING ISSUE: Beyonce's Super Bowl Half Time Performance In "Designer Black Panther Gear" THE PROPAGANDA MESSAGE: Taking The "Black Lives Matter Movement" From The...Show More Summary
We knew that the Black Panther, one of the newest members of the Marvel Cinematic Universe was going to be a problem for Captain America and Bucky in this summer’s Captain America: Civil War. What we couldn’t guess was how dangerous a threat he actually would be. Show More Summary
Over at the nation’s most historically racist opinion rag, the National Review, David French is beside himself that the left criticized some Super Bowl adds for being politically incorrect while...
During the halftime show at Super Bowl 50 on Sunday, Beyoncé took the stage with her Black Panther dancers and performed in front of a huge football audience at the Levi’s Stadium in San Francisco. The pop icon and diva danced and sang while wearing black leather leotards and a gold embellished jacket that was... Show More Summary
Wonder how Fox News will react
With Selma, Ava DuVernay went from a Sundance darling to one of the busiest and most sought-after filmmakers in Hollywood. She flirted with and then turned down Marvel’s Black Panther, she made plans to reunite with Selma star DavidShow More Summary
Black Power was on parade during Beyoncé’s Super Bowl 50 halftime show this past Sunday night. Fox News, Rudy Giuliani, and pretty much all of Twitter all realized Beyoncé was openly supporting the Black Lives Matter movement, but the performance also paid homage to the New Black Panthers Party, a group which is known for... Show More Summary
Post by Tanvier Peart. Though the lights are off at Levi's Stadium, and members of the Denver Broncos are heading home victorious, there's still discussion about Super Bowl 50 -- and it has nothing to do with football. While millions...Show More Summary
Am I the last to notice that the QB of the Carolina Panthers, an African-American, is a black Panther? Beyonce's dance was the hint.
Who says pop music can't incite? Sunday's Super Bowl halftime show featuring Coldplay, Beyoncé and Bruno Mars has prompted more online comment, analysis and reaction the morning after than the football game itself. The Black Panthers, not the Carolina Panthers, are trending across social media....
Beyoncé performed her newest single, "Formation," during the Super Bowl 50 halftime show Sunday night and honored the Black Panthers and the Black Lives Matter movement with her performance. Her dancers wore black berets during their...Show More Summary
The lines are drawn and the characters – well, most of them – have chosen their sides. Iron Man, War Machine, Black Widow, Vision and the Black Panther take on Cap, the Winter Soldier, the Falcon, Hawkeye, Scarlet Witch and Ant-Man in a super powered Civil War.
During last night’s Super Bowl Halftime Show performance, Beyoncé debuted her new song “Formation” and generally kicked ass. She also put up the Black Power fist and dressed vaguely like a futuristic Black Panther. Her dancers, at one point, formed an X on the field. (Bey’s husband Jay Z also recently pledged to give $1.5 […]
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Some people were not a fan of the music artist’s pro-Black Panther homage at the Super Bowl halftime show, which could be considered anti-police.