John Schneider slams Beyoncé’s new country song and compares her to a urinating dog – this is why

John Schneider, known for his role in “The Dukes of Hazzard,” has criticized Beyoncé’s foray into country music, likening it to a dog marking territory. In an interview with the One American News Network, Schneider expressed his disapproval of Beyoncé’s fans pushing for her new song, “Texas Hold ‘Em,” to be played on a country music radio station in Oklahoma.

Schneider compared Beyoncé’s move to a dog urinating on a tree, suggesting that she is trying to assert dominance over the genre. He believes that artists like Beyoncé, who typically belong to other music genres, should stick to their roots and avoid venturing into country music.

Despite his strong stance, Schneider’s remarks have sparked criticism from Beyoncé’s fans, who accuse him of being racist and intolerant. Many fans pointed out the historical influence of black artists on country music and defended Beyoncé’s right to explore different musical styles.