Although the Anti-Beyoncé rally planned for earlier this week proved to be a bust, surprising no one in the BeyHive, it has now been reported that another boycott is in the works. The organizers are members of Lodge #20 of the Miami Fraternal Order of Police. Javier Ortiz, president of the group, which represents 1,100 officers, issued a statement saying the he did not watch the singer’s performance during Super Bowl 50 “out of respect for our profession”, and went on to add that the union voted in favor of all law enforcement boycotting her upcoming concert in Miami this April. “The Miami Fraternal Order of Police has voted to have all law enforcement officers boycott Beyoncé’s concert, which is being held at the Miami Marlins Stadium on Wednesday, April, 26, 2016, ” Ortiz said. “The fact that Beyoncé used this year’s Super Bowl to divide Americans by promoting the Black Panthers and her anti-police message shows how she does not support law enforcement.” Ortiz added that he mistakenly watched the video for Beyoncé’s new single “Formation”, which features the singer singing from atop a sinking police car. Ortiz then shared a meme with the Huffington Post that depicts Beyoncé, along with her husband Jay Z, being protected by a police detail, calling her out for being a hypocrite by being anti-police. Meanwhile, Major Delrish Moss, spokesman for the Miami Police Department, responded to Ortiz’s comments saying that the group doesn’t speak for the department as a whole, and that the venue where Beyoncé will perform will be protected during her concert. Moss added that nothing’s been said to indicate that officers won’t work the job. Following her Grammy Award performance cancellation due to a bout with bronchitis, it’s been reported that several dates of Rhianna’s “Anti” tour, which was initially scheduled to begin later this month, have bee postponed. Eight dates on the tour have been rescheduled, including stops in San Diego, Houston, Austin, Dallas, Atlanta, Phoenix, New Orleans and Oakland and San Jose California. A source in San Jose stated that the second show on the tour scheduled for Feb. 28 and later moved to May 8 was having production problems and wouldn’t be ready on time, which was known for a few weeks. A representative for Rhianna confirmed that production delays were behind the postponement. The tour is now slated to begin on March 12 in Jacksonville FL. Rapper Killer Mike has joined forces with Erik Nelson, an assistant professor at the University of Richmond to pen a op-ed, where they argue that free speech should be extended to hip hop in all cases. This stems from a case where Taylor Bell, a student at Itawamba Agricultural High School, had been punished for writing a song about two coaches who had allegedly harassed females students sexually. The two compare cases of public persecution, like those of Eminem and Ice Cube and others such as those involving rock stars and movies directors, who often don’t field public, let alone receive criticism for their work. Each citizen’s first amendment right to free speech should be protected, not matter how offensive it may be to some. It’s one of the principles upon which the country was founded.