Beyoncé Makes Human LGBT Pride Flag With Back Up Dancers

Popstar Beyoncé showed her love for the LGBT community as she made a human LGBT+ pride flag with her backup dancers at the global citizen festival which held on Sunday the 2nd of December in South Africa.

The singer closed the festival which held in Johannesburg and was set up to campaign for the end of extreme poverty, with a breath taking performance. The mother of three was dressed in a yellow costume along side her backing dancers who were dressed in the same costume but with different colours of of the LGBT rainbow pride flag.

Beyoncé assembled the pride flag made of beautiful women as she performed her hit song titled formation.

Twitter users made no hesitation to post videos of the singers beautiful performance that showed her creative style of promoting the LGBT message.

One Twitter user wrote “Beyoncé performing “Formation” in her Pride-Inspired outfit. ,”

Another user tweeted:  “Did y’all notice that Beyoncé and her dancers were wearing #pride colors for their Formation performance last night? #GlobalCitizen  #GlobalCitizenFestivalSA.”

One other user added: : “Beyoncé out here looking like pride .”

In another performance the “formation” crooner was dressed in an outfit that references all the 54 African countries and also showed her fans how good she would be as a rapper.

The singer performed along side her husband and other singers including Ed Sheeran, Chris Martin,Usher, Pharrell Williams, D’banj, Tiwa Savage , and Cassper Nyovest.

The Mother of three and wife of popular music act Jayz recently cut ties with Philip Green who is the owner of Topshop after Philip was accused of building and sexual harassment.

The singers company known as parkwood bought Philip Green’s 50% shares in a clothing line they both set up in 2016 which they named Ivy Park.

Ivy Park said in a recently released statement that: After discussions of almost a year, Parkwood has acquired 100% of the Ivy Park brand. Topshop/Arcadia will fulfil the existing orders.”

Since Ivy Park why on sale in Topshop two years ago, Beyoncé has been it’s official face and she made modeled most of its products since then.

Members of the LGBT community has expressed their happiness vid different social media platforms since Sunday night’s performance.