While Queen Bey has most of us eating out of the palm of her hand. the Drunk in Love singer has yet to win over a particular section of society if her recent performance at the Country Music Awards is anything to go by.
Having performed alongside the Dixie Chicks at the annual award ceremony this week, the Grammy Award winner was subject to criticism on social media from county fans who questioned the organisers' choice of performer.
With the Dixie Chicks having previously criticised former US President George Bush, the band's patriotism was the subject of much debate online while Beyoncé's stance on police brutality also came under fire.
"You're going to have Beyonce there!! Such a racist little witch, hates police, hates white people," wrote one CMA viewer. "Give me a break, this is absolutely the lowest of the low."
"Disgusting and very disappointing that country music would stoop so low and desperate," added another.
"All she's going to do is promote her devil worshipping rituals and summon demons and create more problems with the nonsense racial hate and division."
Following the fall-out from Beyoncé's appearance, fans of the star suggested organisers had removed all promotion relating to Bey's performance – an allegation the CMA's have strenuously denied.
"CMA has not erased any mentions of Beyonce’s performance on the CMA Awards, Beyonce’s performance with Dixie Chicks was a highlight of the evening and we are continuing to share the amazing full-length performance clip via our official social channel," a spokesperson confirmed.