Beyoncé’s dad defends her after LGBTQ fans slam concert in ‘homophobic dictatorship’

Beyoncé may be facing backlash and accusations of hypocrisy from her LGBTQ fans for reportedly getting paid $24 million to perform exclusively Saturday night in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, which outlaws same-sex relations and imprisons people if convicted.

But Queen Bey’s father, Matthew Knowles, is sticking up for her, telling TMZ that she put on an incredible show. He said Beyoncé did what she does best, which is to bring people “closer,” TMZ said.

Beyoncé’s mother, Tina Knowles, agreed that her daughter “killed it” in her first live concert in four years, when she was caught by a TMZ reporter Monday after returning from Dubai. But Tina Knowles

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