T.I., Beyonce and Justin Timberlake during 2006 MTV Video Music Awards - Nomination Announcement at Top of the Rock - Rockefeller Center in New York City, New York, United States.

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Bey's latest song has another supporter.

Lauren Porter
Feb, 16, 2016

Beyoncé's new single "Formation" has ruffled quite a few feathers.

Conservatives and some commentators aren't happy with her latest anthem of Black Excellence, with former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani going so far as to call the song an attack on the police.

With all those here to discredit the importance of the song, T.I. is here defend it, calling those who are against it "un-American."

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The rapper and actor told TMZ that he thought Bey's half-time performance had no vengeful intent.

"I don't think that Beyoncé was being malicious in any way with her demonstration," he said.

"I feel that everything that we're doing as far as the Black Lives Matter movement it is to speak out and fight against unnecessary and unlawful deaths of our people by people who are supposed to be in a position of authority to protect and serve our people."

Check out the video below.