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John Schneider HITS BACK at Beyonce fans for blasting him as ‘racist’ as he clarifies comments calling her a ‘urinating dog’: ‘That’s an expression I’ve used my whole life!’

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John Schneider responded to Beyoncé fans who called him a

John Schneider responded to Beyoncé fans who called him “racist and hateful” for his comparison between the singer and a “peeing dog.”

The Dukes of Hazzard star, 63, who caused outrage when he said President Joe Biden “should be publicly hanged” in December, came under fire from his fans after he timed Beyoncé’s foray into country music with the new single Texas Hold ‘Em.

During a conversation on the conservative network One American News, he was asked what he thinks of ‘leftist’ musicians, like the 42-year-old singer, who dabble in different genres.

The segment was about fans pressuring an Oklahoma radio station to play the Renaissance music artist’s new country music.

He replied: “They have to leave their mark, like a dog in a dog-walking park.” You know, every dog ​​has to mark every tree, right? So that’s what’s happening here.’

Speaking exclusively to DailyMail.com, the star, who released country music in the 1980s, said being labeled a racist was “absurd and just ridiculous” as a dog tagging a tree was “an expression I’ve used all my life.” my life”.

John Schneider HITS BACK at Beyonce fans for blasting him

John Schneider responded to Beyoncé fans who called him “racist and hateful” for his comparison between the singer and a “peeing dog.”

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1709062579 588 John Schneider HITS BACK at Beyonce fans for blasting him

The Dukes of Hazzard star, 63, who caused outrage when he said President Joe Biden “should be publicly hanged” in December, came under fire from fans after he timed Beyoncé’s foray into country music with the new single Texas Hold ‘Em.

He said: ‘I’ve used that expression about myself every time I try to go out. and push the envelope? I’m from New York. I have a saying.

‘I’ve said that every dog ​​needs to be in a tree all my life, which means everyone is entitled to their opinion. Everyone has the right to try, do and say anything thanks to freedom of expression.

“Everyone has the right to try or do whatever they want, so it was never our intention to compare her to a dog.

‘And if you listen to it or watch it, you’ll see that the first thing I said about Beyonce was that I think Beyonce is the best female vocalist since Whitney Houston.

‘I know something about country music, because I’ve done it for a long time. God bless her for having a number one song.

‘So now, even if I had said something derogatory, which I didn’t, I have the right to do so.

He claimed that Beyoncé fans had “used” him to highlight the singer’s new music, saying: “They found something they could take out of context and ran with it.” I think they followed him. They saw it as free press for a new album.

“They just used me as a tool unknowingly, I won’t say unintentionally, but unknowingly, to promote new music.

The Dukes of Hazzard star, 63, made the graphic analogy during an interview with conservative network One American News.

The Dukes of Hazzard star, 63, made the graphic analogy during an interview with conservative network One American News.

During a discussion on the conservative network One American News about fans pressuring a radio station to play the artist’s country music, he said, “They have to leave their mark, like a dog in a dog park.” You know, every dog ​​has to mark every tree, right?

Beyoncé was compared to a dog marking its territory by actor and singer John Schneider

Beyoncé was compared to a dog marking its territory by actor and singer John Schneider

Speaking exclusively to DailyMail.com, the star, who released country music in the 1980s, said being labeled a racist was “absurd and just ridiculous” as a dog tagging a tree was “an expression I’ve used all my life.” my life”.

The Smallville actor added that he won’t try to silence his haters, saying, “I welcome all freedom of expression.” I believe in standing up for what you believe is right, even if I don’t agree with you.’

The country singer also revealed his hopes of collaborating with Beyoncé, saying, “Maybe one day there will be a duet between Beyoncé and John Schneider, who knows?” I know a little about country music. I mean, I’ve had four number ones.

Social media users and Beyonce fans took to Instagram and X, formerly known as Twitter, to offer their reactions to John’s comment.

“Don’t ever open your mouth to talk about her again,” one wrote, while another added: “You know you canceled, right?”

‘Damn…did you really compare Beyoncé to a dog marking its territory???!? That’s crazy because if it wasn’t for black people there would be no country music…if it wasn’t for a black man…you would still be irrelevant…very humble? wrote one fan.

One wrote: “Talk about the queen choosing you,” while another wrote: “You have the nerve to use a dog as a metaphor for Beyonce… you should be ashamed of yourself…”

‘but I know your white privilege won’t allow you to be white, so we, the beyhive, will terrorize you and your family during the last days of your boring white life until we see an apology. also STREAM TEXAS HOLD ‘EM & 16 CARRIAGES act ii OUT 3.9.’

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1709062579 310 John Schneider HITS BACK at Beyonce fans for blasting him

The country singer also revealed his hopes of collaborating with Beyoncé, saying, “Maybe one day there will be a duet between Beyoncé and John Schneider, who knows?” I know a little about country music. I mean, I’ve had four number ones.

John Schneider HITS BACK at Beyonce fans for blasting him

John Schneider HITS BACK at Beyonce fans for blasting him

He said: “I’ve said every dog ​​needs to be in a tree all my life, which means everyone is entitled to their opinion.” Everyone has the right to try, do and say anything thanks to freedom of expression.

‘Beyonce can sing, dance, create, direct and do anything else her heart desires. For John Schneider to get into bed with black women on a show produced by a black man and then turn around and call Beyonce a dog, it’s time for the Hive to start buzzing,” wrote one fan on X.

‘He realizes that she’s actually from TEXAS with a T, right? – ONE,” wrote another, while one added: “And John Schneider isn’t even from Texas… but Beyoncé is. He is pathetic just like her songs and her acting. #BEYONCEIISCOUNTRY.’

One social media user wrote: “Comparing @Beyonce to a dog is racist and hateful.” As a country fan I welcome her and let’s see what she has. John Schneider is another low-life white supremacist. #Beyoncé.’

‘John Schneider compares Beyoncé’s new country music to a dog urinating: “Leftists are trying to take over everything.” I think she is talking about her own failed attempt at starting a music career,” wrote another.

Schneider also stood firm in the face of negative reactions she received online for the release of her new single and music video, She’s Worth It.

The actor, filmmaker and musician launched the new patriotic anthem, to ‘celebrate the greatest country in the history of the world’.

However, he was taken aback to receive negative feedback about She’s Worth It’s narrative.

He said: ‘The reaction from everyone over 20 has been absolutely wonderful, which doesn’t surprise me.

“But there have been some younger people, people who have been indoctrinated throughout America with a bad line of thinking that they don’t like.”

‘That really breaks my heart because that is the future of not only our country, but the young people are the future of their country. Young people are the future of the world.

“And if we’re not patriotic, in fact, if we’re a little bit scathing about our country, no matter what your country is, then that, to me, spells doom.”

Social media users and Beyonce fans then took to Instagram and X, formerly known as Twitter, to offer their reactions to John's comment.

Social media users and Beyonce fans then took to Instagram and X, formerly known as Twitter, to offer their reactions to John's comment.

Social media users and Beyonce fans then took to Instagram and X, formerly known as Twitter, to offer their reactions to John’s comment.

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1709062580 814 John Schneider HITS BACK at Beyonce fans for blasting him

“Don’t ever open your mouth to talk about her again,” one wrote, while another added: “You know you canceled, right?”

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1709062580 84 John Schneider HITS BACK at Beyonce fans for blasting him

'Damn...did you really compare Beyoncé to a dog marking its territory???!? That's crazy because if it wasn't for black people there would be no country music...if it wasn't for a black man...you would still be irrelevant...very humble? a fan wrote

'Damn...did you really compare Beyoncé to a dog marking its territory???!? That's crazy because if it wasn't for black people there would be no country music...if it wasn't for a black man...you would still be irrelevant...very humble? a fan wrote

‘Damn…did you really compare Beyoncé to a dog marking its territory???!? That’s crazy because if it wasn’t for black people there would be no country music…if it wasn’t for a black man…you would still be irrelevant…very humble? a fan wrote

1709062581 564 John Schneider HITS BACK at Beyonce fans for blasting him

1709062581 564 John Schneider HITS BACK at Beyonce fans for blasting him

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1709062581 153 John Schneider HITS BACK at Beyonce fans for blasting him

‘That shows that this song is more necessary now than ever.

‘The United States of America has done as well, if not better, than any other country in recognizing and fixing problems.

‘I had a post on Facebook saying we live in the greatest country the world has ever known, and I got hate mail on my Facebook about it. It is a globalist mentality that has gone wrong and in fact it has gone wrong for us, but it has gone well for them, that is their plan.

And I’m a strange bird because I would fight for your right to even try. We just have to give them a worthy opponent. And I think patriotism is a worthy opponent, but we have to bring people together so they don’t sit on the sidelines and think this is someone else’s problem.’

Schneider is now launching his own brand of moonshine, John Schneider’s Revenuer’s Reserve Premium Moonshine in original and blackberry and apple pie flavors.

He said: ‘I always like to have a drink. So it was about time I had my own moonshine. Many advertisers have managed to fool audiences into believing that the only good grain alcohol is one that tastes unpleasant. And that’s simply not true.

“You’re supposed to feel some sort of taste sensation in there, like a party.”

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