‘Beyoncé, you are on notice!’ Florida politician calls out superstar in a bizarre rant
The Beyhive is buzzing Monday after a Florida politician accused Beyoncé Knowles of not being African American.
Congressional candidate KW Miller took to Twitter over the weekend to make a bizarre claim that the “Halo” singer is Italian, as he says he is trying to “heal racial divides.”
In a series of posts, Miller, an independent running to represent Florida’s 18th Congressional District, which includes Port St. Lucie, Fort Pierce, Stuart and Jupiter, even went so far as to put the global superstar on blast.
“Beyonce is not even African American. She is faking this for exposure. Her real name is Ann Marie Lastrassi,” read the post of the Houston, Texas, native. “She is Italian.” Where Miller came up with that name is unclear.
Then the pol rambles on about the entertainer, 38, being a part of the “[George] Soros Deep State agenda for the Black Lives Matter movement.
“Beyoncé, you are on notice!” he writes of the pop star whose father, Matthew Knowles, is an African American who hails from Alabama, and mom, Tina Knowles, is a Louisiana native with French, African and Native American roots.
Miller seems at least to know the former Destiny Child member’s music well. He even mentions that some lyrics in her 2016 hit “Formation” contain “Satanic” verses and are a “secret coded message to the globalists.”
Lyrics include, “My daddy Alabama, mamma Louisiana. You mix that Negro with that Creole make a Texas bamma. I like my baby hair, with baby hair and afros. I like my Negro nose with Jackson Five nostrils.”
“The song clearly admitted that she was demonic and that she worshiped in the Satanist churches located in Alabama & Louisiana,” Miller posited.
While Beyoncé refers to hot sauce in her bag, Miller claims B “keeps Satanist symbols” there.
The politician received quite a bit of attention about the tweets, which is a possible motive for the curious rant in the first place.
The response was duly swift. Many memes of confused faces popped up In the comments section.
“I just read this whole thread... every tweet is worse and more crazy than the last,” one person wrote.
One gave Miller the benefit of the doubt, wondering if his account had been “hacked.”
Another Twitter user insulted the state from which he hails: “They should remove Florida from US. I have seen enough.”
The current representative of the 18th Congressional District is Brian Mast, whose term ends Jan. 3, 2021.
Beyoncé has not responded to Miller’s accusations.