John Schneider Criticizes Beyoncé’s Country Music and Uses Controversial Metaphor

🚨 Actor John Schneider unleashes scathing remarks on Beyoncé’s latest country endeavor, likening her to a ‘marking dog’ 🐶 D

Actor John Schneider talked about Beyoncé trying country music on a TV channel called One America News Network. He compared her to a dog marking territory when discussing her fans pushing for her new song, “Texas Hold ’Em,” to be played on a country radio station in Oklahoma.

The TV host, Alison Steinberg, mentioned how country music has changed with artists like Shania Twain and Carrie Underwood crossing over. She also mentioned the backlash a radio station faced for not playing Beyoncé’s song.

Steinberg asked if the entertainment industry always tries to control everything. Schneider responded by saying it’s like dogs marking territory in a park, implying that Beyoncé and her fans are trying to claim country music as their own.

He explained that while other artists like Shania Twain transitioned from country to other genres, newcomers like Beyoncé seem to think country music is easy or less sophisticated.

Although Schneider made it clear he’s not a fan of Beyoncé, many people are enjoying her new songs.

Beyoncé’s song “Texas Hold ’Em” made it onto Billboard’s Country Airplay chart, marking her first appearance on the country music charts.

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