VIDEO Daily Show's Jessica Williams Puts Beyonce #Formation Haters On Blast

VIDEO Daily Show’s Jessica Williams Puts Beyonce Haters On Blast

Much like Beyoncé’s new single “Formation,” The Daily Show‘s Jessica Williams came to slay when addressing the controversy surrounding Queen B’s Super Bowl halftime show performance.


The “Senior Beyoncé Correspondent” was seething on Monday after multiple Fox News personalities opined that the Grammy winner shouldn’t have used her performance to address issues of race and police brutality, positioning that Middle America wasn’t interested in such topics.

“You know what’s right in the middle of America? Ferguson, Missouri,” Williams remarked.

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“I am so sorry this wasn’t wholesome enough for you. I didn’t realize singing about race was equivalent to Janet Jackson getting her t—ty pulled out at the Super Bowl.”

Watch her full commentary below, then sound off in the comments.

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