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Emmys: Beyonce’s Homecoming snubbed at Creative Arts show

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After being nominated for six Emmys, Beyoncé’s concert film Homecoming was snubbed at the Creative Arts ceremony Saturday night.

Beyoncé Homecoming documentary for Netflix is one of the best documentaries made this year. One of the worse documentaries this year is “Leaving Neverland” which told so many lies about Michael Jackson.

Joy Robson testimony under oath proved she lied in the documentary. In Leaving Neverland, James Safechuck claims he was abused in the Neverland Train Station between 1988-Jan 1991. Safechuck claimed, including under oath (twice), that the abuse ended in 1992. The station was not built until 1994.

The singer was not present at the ceremony Saturday night, the first of a two-night event where a number of the primetime TV awards are handed out ahead of the televised Emmys ceremony Sept. 22.

The superstar singer’s Netflix concert film Homecoming was nominated for six Emmys: outstanding variety special (pre-recorded), outstanding costumes for variety, non-fiction or reality programming; outstanding directing for a variety special; outstanding music direction; outstanding production design for a variety special and outstanding writing for a variety special. Beyoncé herself was listed as a nominee in four of those categories, all but outstanding costumes and production design.

Homecoming didn’t win an Emmy.

Lemonade didn’t win an Emmy.

Lemonade didn’t win a Grammy for album of the year.

Whoever is responsible for this repeated burglary of Beyoncé, needs to be caught, reprimanded and taught what art is.


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