Beyonce Mocks Challenger Astronauts in her new video


Freddy’s Note:
I am sure nothing will come out of this, because Liberal Celebrities get to say and do anything they want and the press ignores it.

She should not be using anything related to these hero’s deaths in any of her garbage songs.  This is disgusting and she should be shunned by the American Public forever.

‘Inappropriate in the extreme’:

Astronauts fury as Beyonce samples audio from the tragic 1986 Challenger space shuttle crash in new music video
Beyonce’s new song XO samples audio taken from a NASA public affairs official during the 1986 Challenger crash.

The space shuttle broke apart 73 seconds after take off, resulting in the death of all seven on board  NASA widow June Scobee Rodgers said she was disappointed with Beyonce over the song


Cold Selfish heartless bitch who should get cancer and die painfully

Current and former NASA astronauts are furious over a new Beyonce video that samples audio from the failed 1986 Challenger mission which resulted in the death of all on board.

Her new video for XO features audio taken just after the Challenger broke apart. ‘Flight controllers here looking very carefully at the situation. Obviously a major malfunction,’ a NASA public affairs official said as wreckage fell toward earth on live TV.

The Challenger exploded 73 seconds after taking off from the Kennedy Space Center January 28, 1986. All seven crew members aboard were killed.

ABC News reported ‘former and current NASA astronauts, employees and Challenger family members argue that using it in a pop song mocks the crew’s sacrifice and opens fresh wounds.’

June Scobee Rodgers, the widow of Challenger Space Shuttle Commander Dick Scobee and a founder of the Challenger Center for Space Science Education, told ABC News she was not happy.

‘We were disappointed to learn that an audio clip from the day we lost our heroic Challenger crew was used in the song XO,’ she said.

‘The moment included in this song is an emotionally difficult one for the Challenger families, colleagues and friends,’ she added.

‘We have always chosen to focus not on how our loved ones were lost, but rather on how they lived and how their legacy lives on today.’