John Schneider Accused of Being Racist for Comparing Beyonce to Peeing Dog Over New Country Era

The 'A Memory Like You' hitmaker is highly criticized by many due to his controversial statement about the 'Break My Soul hitmaker' who recently released her new country singles.

AceShowbiz - John Schneider has found himself in hot water following his controversial remark about Beyonce Knowles. The "A Memory Like You" hitmaker was accused of being "racist" for comparing the "Break My Soul" hitmaker to a peeing dog over her new country era.

On Sunday, February 18, the 63-year-old country singer became a hot topic on X, formerly known as Twitter, due to his statement about the 42-year-old superstar. Making use of the social media platform, one X user penned, "Comparing @Beyonce to a dog is racist and hateful. As a country fan, I welcome her and let's see what she has. John Schneider is another low life white supremacist. #Beyonce."

Another wrote, "You got some nerve to use a dog as a metaphor for should be ashamed of yourself. but i know your white privilege won't allow you to be, so we the beyhive WILL terrorize you and your family for all the last days of your boring white life until we see an apology. also STREAM TEXAS HOLD 'EM & 16 CARRIAGES act ii OUT 3.9."

A third complained, "Damn...did you really compare Beyonce to a dog marking her territory???!? That's crazy bc if it wasn't for black ppl there would be no country music...if it wasn't for a black would remain irrelevant...humble much?"

A fourth, in the meantime, pointed out, "Beyonce can sing, dance, create, direct, and do whatever else her heart desires. For John Schneider to lay in bed with Black women on a show produced by a Black man and then turn around and call Beyonce a dog, it's time for the Hive to start buzzing."

The criticisms came after John voiced his thoughts on Beyonce releasing country songs. During an interview with "One American News", a host asked him, "The lefties in the entertainment industry just won't leave any area alone, right? They just have to seize control over every aspect, don't they?" He replied, "They've got to make their mark, just like a dog in a dog walk park. You know, every dog has to mark every tree, right? So that's what's going on here."

Beyonce broke the news of her new music during the 2024 Super Bowl on February 11. She announced that a second part of her acclaimed 2022 album "Renaissance" is coming on March 29. She also shared via Instagram a video to tease her new country singles titled "16 CARRIAGES" and "TEXAS HOLD 'EM". Since then, she has been supported by many, including K. Michelle and Maren Morris, despite many criticisms, including one from Azealia Banks.

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