Although Beyonce’s team is working overtime to manipulate the previous numbers of last night performance.
The most-watched half-hour of Wednesday’s CMA Awards featured Garth Brooks & Trisha Yearwood, Carrie Underwood, and Miranda Lambert.
Here is another situation….
Elle reported that no mentions of Beyoncé’s performance with the Dixie Chicks had appeared on the Country Music Association’s website, Facebook, or Twitter account. There’s also a conspicuous gap in a series of performance videos on the CMA Awards’ Facebook page, though you can watch Beyoncé and the Dixie Chicks on-demand on the ABC website. Uproxx further reports that tweets and Facebook posts pertaining to Beyoncé’s appearance have been deleted
According to TMZ reports, The folks at the Country Music Awards don’t have the stomach for 4 strong women, 1 of whom is black, because they have scrubbed all references and images of Beyonce and the Dixie Chicks from their website.
The performance of Beyonce’s hit, “Daddy Lessons,” with the Dixie Chicks was by all rights the highlight of the show. Thursday morning Bey and the Chicks had a prominent presence on CMAWorld.com. But check it out now … it’s gone … completely.
Sources directly connected with the CMAs tell TMZ, the honchos folded to fans who posted racist and other harsh comments. We’re told the honchos were especially concerned about the reaction to Beyonce’s support and the support of the Dixie Chicks for the Black Lives Matter movement.
2:45 PM PT — The CMAs have started repopulating its social media with images of Beyonce and the Dixie Chicks. The images were only posted AFTER they became aware we were working on the story