In the visual, Schumer, Goldie Hawn, Wanda Sykes, and Joan Cusack are seen dancing and lip-syncing to the highly praised anthem that speaks to some of the issues Black men and women face in America. Accused of cultural appropriation and being insensitive to the racial politics at hand, sources say Schumer received Bey’s permission and blessing before using the track.
Plus, there’s the tiny fact that it was first released on TIDAL, the music streaming service owned by Bey’s hubby, Jay Z, which pretty much says the power couple had full knowledge of Amy’s recreation.
Amy’s response to all the backlash?
There was also this:
Watch her version of “Formation” up top.
SOURCE: CNN | PHOTO CREDIT: Instagram, Splash News
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