DJ Khaled talks Beyonce concert; Police plan to protest

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HOUSTON, TX - Houstonians are getting in formation for Beyonce's world tour. Her sold-out concert Saturday night at NRG stadium brings a-lot of excitement and Snapchat king DJ Khaled joins her.

But while the excitement for the concert is high, some members of law enforcement are not too pleased with the singer.

A group of cops are planning a silent protest before and during her concert. This all goes back to her Superbowl performance in February that caused such a stir.
That's when some officers said they planned to boycott her concerts, calling her message anti-police.

The Houston Police Department say they are not involved in the protest.

Dr. Robert Muhammed, the southwest regional student minister of The Nation of Islam believes the protesters may be coming from out of town and he's coming to the defense of Queen Bey in response to what they call "intimidation by law enforcement."

Trying to keep good vibes D.J. Khaled gave NewsFix some major keys to enjoying the show Saturday night.