Virginia officer dances to Beyonce’s ‘Formation’ at local lip sync contest
It’s back to school time, and even the officers are getting in formation…LITERALLY. Stafford County Police Lieutenant Deuntay Diggs put together his best choreography and hit the stage at an annual back-to-school expo to collect school supplies for families in need.
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His jaw-dropping performance solidified his first-place title, even at a time when many police officers took major offense to Beyonce’s “Formation” music video that pictured a police car sinking and some controversial police depictions.
Some officers even went as far as to refuse security service to her concerts in Florida. Although Beyonce publicly stated that her song and visual project were not anti-police, it still ruffles a few feathers.
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Diggs wasn’t offended by the music released by his favorite singer Beyonce, who he has followed since her Say My Name days with Destiny’s Child. Diggs told ABC, “I want to show the community that, law enforcement, we’re human, that we have feelings and emotions and we’re really part of the community.
I know there’s a lot going on nationally when it comes to law enforcement and the community, so I’m really focused on bridging that gap and listening to people.”
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