The singer, who was one of the biggest stars of the “Black Lives Matter” movement, is not on President Donald Trump’s list of performers for “controversial or offensive remarks,” a spokesperson for the Recording Academy confirmed to TheWrap.
“While the Academy cannot comment on individual performers, in light of President Trump’s remarks about our country and its diverse history, the Academy has reviewed Beyonce’s performances at the 2016 Grammys, and we have determined that her performance was not in violation of any policies,” the spokesperson said in a statement.
“We have also determined that Beyonce did not violate any other policies related to the Grammys.”
The Academy’s website lists Beyonce among the “most-loved artists of all time” but states the group “does not endorse the opinions expressed in the videos or the content of these videos.”
Beyonce’s Grammy-winning album, “Lemonade,” was the biggest seller on Amazon’s streaming music service and earned her a record-breaking 10 Grammys.