USA Today – A police group called the Coalition for Police and Sheriffs (C.O.P.S.) held a small protest outside of Beyoncé’s sold-out concert at NRG Stadium, claiming that the imagery used in the music video for her song Formation and her following Super Bowl performance are anti-law enforcement.
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