PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Not everyone is happy with Beyonce’s performance at the Super Bowl.
Some police unions are calling on officers to boycott her concerts over what they say is a dangerous, anti-police message.READ MORE: Man Pleads Guilty To Manslaughter In Deadly Knoxville Shooting
“She has absolutely no respect for law enforcement,” President of the Miami Fraternal Order of Police Javier Ortiz said.
Police in Miami recently voted unanimously to opt out of security duty for her upcoming concert.
“They’re called extra duties for a reason. I will not sign up and many of the officers I spoke to said they’re not going to sign up,” Ortiz said.
Beyonce’s tour is sold out in 16 cities.
Police unions in Tampa and Nashville also voted to boycott her show.
Officers in Raleigh, N.C., are expected to discuss a possible boycott on Tuesday.READ MORE: Coraopolis Police Searching For Missing 23-Year-Old Miasinque Smith
A similar proposal was rejected in Dallas.
KDKA’S Amy Wadas reached out to the police union in Pittsburgh to see if they’re considering doing something similar, and have not heard back.
In a statement, Heinz Field said:
“We’re going to provide the same security and high quality of entertainment that we do for every concert at Heinz Field. We will keep to our high standards of security so our concert goers have a safe and enjoyable experience.”
The spokesperson with the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police says Chief Cameron McLay will not be commenting on the matter.MORE NEWS: Fayette County Priest Andrew Kawecki Pleads No Contest To Charges Of Repeatedly Sexually Assaulting Altar Boy
Beyonce is scheduled to bring her “Formation World Tour” to Heinz Field on Tuesday, May 31.