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Dukes of Hazzard star John Schneider is SLAMMED as ‘racist and hateful’ for comparing Beyonce to a URINATING DOG after she announced country album


Beyoncé was compared to a dog marking its territory by actor and singer John Schneider.

The 63-year-old Dukes of Hazzard star — who said President Joe Biden ‘should be publicly hung’ — made the graphic analogy during an interview with conservative network One American News.

During the discussion he was asked about his thoughts on ‘leftist’ musicians, like the 42-year-old singer, who venture into different genres.

The segment was about fans pressuring an Oklahoma radio station to play the Renaissance music artist’s new country music.

‘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?’ the host asked Schneider.

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.’

Beyoncé was compared to a dog marking its territory by actor and singer John Schneider

The 63-year-old Dukes of Hazzard star made the graphic analogy during an interview with conservative network One American News

Beyoncé was compared to a dog marking its territory by actor and singer John Schneider. The 63-year-old Dukes of Hazzard star made the graphic analogy during an interview with conservative network One American News

During Schneider's interview he was asked about his thoughts on 'leftist' musicians, like the 42-year-old singer, who venture into different genres

During Schneider’s interview he was asked about his thoughts on ‘leftist’ musicians, like the 42-year-old singer, who venture into different genres

He then made a comment about how usually it’s the other way around — with country artists like Shania Twain trying to break into mainstream music genres.

‘I know a little something about country music,’ he then asserted.

John released country music of his own in the 1980s.

Beyoncé surprise dropped her country song Texas Hold ‘Em on Sunday during the Super Bowl.

At the same time, she announced the release date of her eighth studio album Act II, the second of the Renaissance trilogy, expected to be completely country-influenced.

On Tuesday a Beyoncé fan revealed his local country music station 100.1 KYKC, refused to play the track, taking to social media app X.

He wrote: ‘I requested Texas Hold ‘Em at my local country radio station (KYKC) and after requesting I received an email from the radio station stating “We do not play Beyonce on KYKC as we are a country music station.” @BeyLegion.’

Justin tagged Beyoncé Legion, Beyoncé’s biggest fan club, at the end of his tweet and wrote a thread accusing the station of racism and encouraging his fellow fans to email requesting the song, too.

Beyonce announced an upcoming country music album during Sunday's Super Bowl

Beyonce announced an upcoming country music album during Sunday’s Super Bowl

On Tuesday, X user Justin McGowan took to the platform to reveal his local country music station, Oklahoma's 100.1 KYKC, refused to play Texas Hold 'Em

On Tuesday, X user Justin McGowan took to the platform to reveal his local country music station, Oklahoma’s 100.1 KYKC, refused to play Texas Hold ‘Em

Many fans happily obliged, namely lawyer Keaton Grant who joked: ‘They got my Oklahoma attorney a** typing an email’, attaching the scathing proof to his tweet via a screenshot.

Others flooded Justin’s replies and quote tweets with anger at KYKC and frustration that what was clearly a country song had been disregarded due to Beyoncé’ being known for her work in other genres.

Fours and 3.2 million impressions later, KYKC took to their X account and wrote: ‘Lots of call coming in for Beyoncé’s Texas Hold ‘Em. It’s coming up in minutes’, attaching an image of the song in the queue.

A representative from KYKC’s owner South Central Oklahoma Radio Enterprises (S.C.O.R.E.) told MailOnline: ‘We originally didn’t even know she was releasing a country song. 

‘Then when we began getting requests for it, we literally didn’t have it. No label or distributor could get it to us. So we literally couldn’t play it.

‘Finally after many calls and emails we finally got the song and added it to not only our country station, KYKC, but it’s also on our Top 40 station KXFC, and our classic hits station, KADA-FM.

‘We have been playing Beyoncé for 20 years so we are fans.’

Beyonce's latest fashion era has been full of western references, including fringe and cowboy hats

Beyonce’s latest fashion era has been full of western references, including fringe and cowboy hats

Addressing the accusations of racism, the rep said: ‘First, we are owned by a minority owned company, so there’s that. 

‘Secondly we play music if it’s good. We don’t care who it is or what they look like.

‘Thirdly, we embraced Beyonce’ when she hit the scene decades ago. She has always been a core artist for us, especially on two of our stations.

‘We honestly didn’t know she had dropped a “country” song, plus no distributor sent it to us. As soon as we finally got it, we added it to our Playlist.’

Social media users and fans of Beyonce later took to both Instagram and X, formerly known as Twitter, to offer their reactions over John’s comment. 

‘Don’t open ur mouth to speak on her again,’ one wrote, while another added, ‘You know you canceled, right?’ 

‘D**n…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 man…you would remain irrelevant…humble much?’ a fan wrote.

One penned, ‘Talking bout the queen gone cast ya,’ while another typed, ‘you got some nerve to use a dog as a metaphor for beyonce..you 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.’ 

Social media users and fans of Beyonce later took to both Instagram and X, formerly known as Twitter, to offer their reactions over John's comment

Social media users and fans of Beyonce later took to both Instagram and X, formerly known as Twitter, to offer their reactions over John’s comment

'Don't open ur mouth to speak on her again,' one wrote, while another added, 'You know you canceled, right?'

‘Don’t open ur mouth to speak on her again,’ one wrote, while another added, ‘You know you canceled, right?’

'D**n...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 man...you would remain irrelevant...humble much?' a fan wrote

‘D**n…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 man…you would remain irrelevant…humble much?’ a fan wrote

‘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,’ a fan penned on X. 

‘He does realize she is actually from TEXAS with a T right? – ONE,’ another penned, while one added, ‘And John Schneider isn’t even from Texas..but Beyonce is. He’s lame just like his songs and his acting. #BEYONCEISCOUNTRY.’ 

One social media user typed, ‘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.’ 

‘John Schneider compares Beyonce’s new country music to a dog urinating: “Leftists Are Trying to Take Over Everything.” I think he’s talking about his own failed attempt at a music career,’ another penned.  

'He does realize she is actually from TEXAS with a T right? - ONE,' another penned, while one added, 'And John Schneider isn't even from Texas..but Beyonce is. He's lame just like his songs and his acting. #BEYONCEISCOUNTRY'

‘He does realize she is actually from TEXAS with a T right? – ONE,’ another penned, while one added, ‘And John Schneider isn’t even from Texas..but Beyonce is. He’s lame just like his songs and his acting. #BEYONCEISCOUNTRY’

One social media user typed, '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'

One social media user typed, ‘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’

'John Schneider compares Beyonce's new country music to a dog urinating: "Leftists Are Trying to Take Over Everything." I think he's talking about his own failed attempt at a music career,' another penned

‘John Schneider compares Beyonce’s new country music to a dog urinating: “Leftists Are Trying to Take Over Everything.” I think he’s talking about his own failed attempt at a music career,’ another penned

One penned, 'This is racism at its best. Former Dukes of Hazzards has been likens Beyonce to a urinating dog because she decides to make a Country Western album. He needs to research Country Western'

One penned, ‘This is racism at its best. Former Dukes of Hazzards has been likens Beyonce to a urinating dog because she decides to make a Country Western album. He needs to research Country Western’

'The fact that he is comparing Bey to a dog when a black MAN signs off on your check is insane,' a fan added

‘The fact that he is comparing Bey to a dog when a black MAN signs off on your check is insane,’ a fan added

‘Everything belongs to us!!!! Know YOUR history!!!’ another fan wrote, with one adding, ‘CANCEL JOHN TODAY, DON’T APOLOGIZE JOHN, YOU MEAN IT.’ 

One penned, ‘This is racism at its best. Former Dukes of Hazzards has been likens Beyonce to a urinating dog because she decides to make a Country Western album. He needs to research Country Western.’ 

‘The fact that he is comparing Bey to a dog when a black MAN signs off on your check is insane,’ a fan added. 

Another wrote, ‘Lol. He was on a black network on a black show, I guess marking his…’ while another typed, ‘Well d**n. Blacks invented the genre now they are not allowed in.’  



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