Don't expect to see Bill O'Reilly at a Beyoncé concert anytime soon…
The Fox News anchor slammed the "Drunk in Love" singer during an interview with Russell Simmons yesterday, saying that she's a bad role model for young girls.
O'Reilly, who's never been shy about sharing his true feelings, explained that her recent music video for "Partition" was "inexplicable" and "exploitive garbage."
"She puts out a new album with a video that glorifies having sex in the back of a limousine. Teenage girls look up to Beyoncé, particularly girls of color…Why on Earth would this woman do that?"
He added, "Why would she do it when she knows the devastation that unwanted pregnancies…and fractured families—why would Beyoncé do that?"
O'Reilly went on to insist that as a mother, and one that promotes gender equality in every sense, Queen Bey has an "obligation to protect children."
Tell us how you really feel!
But all the criticism didn't seem to stop Bey from doing her thing on her Mrs. Carter World Tour.
The Grammy winner is currently in Dublin with her family, including Jay Z and Blue Ivy, while she performs four sold-out shows at The O2.
The family of three was even spotted checking out the local Dublin Zoo on Monday, and playing in a playground near their hotel.
Earlier today, Bey posted a snapshot on her Tumblr page showing her posing next to an Irish flag that had the words "Dublin loves you like XO" written on it by fans.
Seems like she's having a good time!