Beyoncé Under Fire From LGBTQ Advocates Over $24M Show In Dubai

Some LGBTQ advocates are critical of Beyoncé’s latest concert in Dubai, saying that the superstar “sold out” after performing in a country with strict Anti-LGBTQ laws. In Dubai, same-sex relationships are punishable by death, and some see Beyoncé’s performance there as a slap in the face, especially after she dedicated her latest album, “Renaissance,” to the community. Bev Jackson, the co-founder of LGB Alliance, said the performance “casts a shadow over her support for lesbians and gay people.” TS Madison spoke with TMZ and said there was nothing wrong with Beyoncé going to Dubai to “get her bag,” speaking on the reported $24 million Beyoncé received for her performance. “I love Bey, but you can’t release a statement album like Renaissance, celebrating [the] LGBTQ+ community, and then perform in a country that criminalizes and kills LGBTQ+. I love her still, but she deserves to hear about it,” one fan tweeted. 


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