There is a good bet that singer Beyonce Knowles will never be invited to perform at the Super Bowl again.
The 35-year-old singer angered sports fans and writers alike by using the influential sports platform to reveal her newfound activism.
"Beyoncé's Black Panthers show was ill-suited for Super Bowl," wrote NY Daily News writer Linda Stasi.
The Black Panthers were a disorganized, sometimes violent social justice group in the 1960s -- not unlike the disorganized Black Twitter online activists are today.
Stasi compared Beyonce's routine to the “Springtime for Hitler” spoof in “The Producers".
“The Producers” had dancing sexy Nazis, and we all laughed because it was supposed to be the dumbest, worst show in history. Beyoncé had dancing sexy Black Panthers and no one laughed because it was supposed to be the smartest, best show in history.
Stasi said Beyonce "distorted" history by paying tribute to a group that were "oppressors of women."
Beyonce and her all female dance crew -- who were mostly black and brown -- donned afro wigs and all black outfits similar to what the Black Panthers wore during their peak in the 1960s.
Beyonce and her dancers lined up in formation to pay homage to the Black Panthers, who promoted violence, socialism and welfare programs in the black community.
The mother-of-one announced her "Formation" Tour during halftime of Super Bowl 50 on Sunday.