When Rudy Giuliani ran for mayor of New York City in 1993, he campaigned on a platform of bringing down crime and making the city safe again. It was a comfortable position for a former federal prosecutor with a tough-guy image, but it was more than mere posturing. Show More Summary
An anti-Beyoncé rally has been scheduled after the pop superstar’s controversial Super Bowl performance sparked outrage among many, including former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani. According to a report from Billboard, the anti-Beyoncé...Show More Summary
Note: you cannot pay for a Frosty with an alligator – dlisted The future wife field has been narrowed down to 6 – Celeb Dirty Laundry Rudy Giuliani criticizes Beyonce’s performance – Celebitchy Find out why one of your favorite shows...Show More Summary
I want to thank Rudy Giuliani. As supremely unenlightened as I may be about pop culture, hearing the former New York mayor's cranky critique of Beyonce's Super Bowl halftime show makes me feel almost hip. "I think it was outrageous," he said, venting full You-Kids-Get-Off-My-Lawn geezer rage Monday...
The Beyonce “Formation” video and Super Bowl Half Time Show are drawing fire from some pretty heavy hitters. Rudy Giuliani, former NYC mayor is livid according to NY Daily News, seeing the video as an attack on police officers. FOX news celebrities chimed in as well. Show More Summary
After dropping a new song with a politically and racially charged video, Beyonce dominated Super Bowl 50 with a halftime guest appearance featuring dancers in Black Panthers-inspired outfits. Of course, Rudy Giuliani wasn't going to take this kind of commentary from the world's most powerful celebrity. [ more › ]
Fox News and Rudy Giuliani need to calm down about the singer's halftime show. The hosts of Fox & Friends and former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani accused Beyonce of not providing “wholesome” entertainment at Sunday’s Super Bowl 50 because her performance was a tribute to Black Lives Matter and the Black Panthers. Show More Summary
Conservatives are after Beyonce. Larry Wilmore's panel has her back
Rudy Giuliani will not be bowing down to Queen Bey any time soon. Pretty much the opposite, in fact. Rudy Giuliani Bashes Beyonce The Former New York City Mayor and Republican candidate for President appeared on Fox & Friends yesterday...Show More Summary
Beyoncé’s black power salute that kicked off her appearance during Sunday's Super Bowl halftime show resulted in criticism from former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani. The salute was a reference to Tommie Smith and John Carlos, two American...Show 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
“I think it was outrageous,” he told 'Fox & Friends' Monday.
Categories: Feminism Rudy Giuliani joined the sentient ventriloquist dolls on Fox & Friends this morning to discuss Beyoncé’s portion of the Super Bowl 50 halftime show. It was as abjectly awful as you might imagine,... (Read more.....
Former Republican New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani told the hosts of Fox & Friends Monday that pop singer Beyonce's Super Bowl halftime show was an insult to police officers.
This world is exhausting…and after the half-time show for the Super Bowl, it’s become even more so. Nothing is safe from activists…not even the Super Bowl. Beyonce had the audacity
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani was no fan of the Super Bowl 50 halftime show – particularly the part where Beyoncé showed up. Appearing...
New York’s former mayor is not pleased with the Queen B. Rudy Giuliani, a onetime Republican presidential nominee, on Monday criticized Beyoncé over what he described as an “attack” on police officers during her Super Bowl half-time show performance. “This is football, not Hollywood, and I thought it was really outrageous that she used it as a platform […]
Fox and Friends is a completely closed system for angry old white Republicans. So the "how dare a Black artist get political during a football game" scold gets scripted, and who better than Rudy Giuliani to deliver the lines? "What she...Show More Summary
Rudy Giuliani did not like Beyoncé's Super Bowl halftime show performance because he thought it was a criticism of law enforcement. The former New York City mayor appeared on "Fox & Friends" Monday morning to discuss the Super Bowl.Show More Summary
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 […]