Beyoncé ‘Formation’ Video Takes on Black Culture and Police Brutality [Watch]

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Beyoncé takes on black culture and police brutality in her “Formation” video. There’s even a cameo from her adorable daughter, Blue Ivy Carter, and the video is fire!

Pop Sugar – In addition to featuring explicit lyrics, the video, which was directed by Beyoncé and shot in New Orleans, takes on black culture and police brutality with a handful of powerful images, including a cop car, a police line, a Southern plantation home, and a shot of graffiti on a wall that reads, “Stop shooting us.” Watch the video below!

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