Why John Schneider compared Beyoncé to a urinating dog and how her fans replied

John Schneider, known for his role in The Dukes of Hazzard, has voiced his strong opinions regarding Beyoncé’s foray into country music.

In an interview with the right-leaning One American News Network (OANN), Schneider didn’t hold back in his criticism of Beyoncé’s recent venture into the country music scene.

During the interview with OANN host Alison Steinberg, Schneider expressed his frustration over Beyoncé’s fans’ eagerness to hear her new song “Texas Hold ‘Em” on an Oklahoma country music radio station.

Steinberg commented on the changing landscape of the country genre, suggesting that the left-leaning entertainment industry is encroaching on every aspect.

Schneider likened Beyoncé’s incursion into country music to a dog marking its territory, implying that she should stick to her usual genres.

While Schneider may not have heard Beyoncé’s entire country music endeavor, which is speculated to be an upcoming album titled Renaissance: Act II, he remains adamant that artists like Beyoncé should refrain from delving into country music.

Schneider’s perspective reflects a broader concern within the country music community regarding the influence of pop stars on the genre.

Despite facing backlash from Beyoncé’s fans, Schneider’s extensive experience in country music, with numerous hits on the Billboard charts and participation in shows like The Masked Singer, adds weight to his opinions.

However, Beyoncé’s fans have criticized Schneider’s remarks, accusing him of racism and intolerance. They argue that country music has roots in black culture and that crossover attempts are not uncommon in music history.

Some fans took to social media to express their disapproval of Schneider’s comments, highlighting the diversity and evolution of the genre.