Governor declares ‘Beyoncé Day’ in Minnesota

Luther Vandross was outed as gay after his death.

He decided to put a day on it instead of a ring.

Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton declared Monday, May 23, “Beyoncé Day” because…she’s Beyoncé.

Dayton cited the influence the singer has had on “many young girls and women with powerful, positive messages in her songs,” as he made the announcement before her show at the TCF Bank Stadium.

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The show was delayed by 45 minutes after that because of a lightning storm that caused an evacuation of the venue, but only temporarily.

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Some Prince fans weren’t too happy about the governor’s announcement. As expected the Beyhive were out in full support of the declaration on social media.

Bey wins. Always.