Beyoncé pays tribute to Tina Turner during Paris concert amid backlash

Beyonce pays tribute to Tina Turner during Paris concert amid

Beyoncé paid homage to late legendary singer Tina Turner throughout her Paris live performance.

The Queen of Rock ’n’ Roll handed away earlier this week “peacefully” at age 83 following lengthen sickness, her consultant confirmed.

Throughout her live performance amid Renaissance tour, the Loopy in Love hitmaker instructed the viewers to “scream so [Turner] can really feel your love.”

“If you happen to’re a fan of mine, you’re a fan of Tina Turner,” the celebrity added. “‘Trigger I wouldn’t be on this stage with out Tina Turner.”

She continued: “I really feel so blessed that I used to be alive to witness her brilliance. I additionally really feel very blessed to be right here to carry out as soon as once more.”

Beyoncé’s tribute for Turner got here amid criticism over a track lyric of hers by which she mocked the abusive historical past of the late singer along with her former husband Ike Turner.

The mentioned lyric from her hit track Drunk In Love resurfaced on Twitter making Turner followers name out Beyoncé for her hypocrisy

Within the track, her husband Jay Z raps, “Beat the field up, like Mike in ’97, I chunk / I’m Ike Turner, flip up child, no, I don’t play / Child, no, I don’t play, now eat the cake, Anna Mae / Stated eat the cake, Anna Mae!”

The verse accommodates a reference to conflict Turner’s ex-husband allegedly had along with her over a chunk of cake.

Following Turner’s demise, Beyoncé took to her web site to pen a be aware for the singer. “I really like you endlessly. I’m so grateful on your inspiration, and all of the methods you’ve paved the way in which,” she wrote.

“You’re energy and resilience,” Beyoncé added. “You’re the epitome of energy and keenness. We’re all so lucky to have witnessed your kindness and exquisite spirit that can endlessly stay.”

Earlier than concluding, she added, “Thanks for all you’ve performed.”