(FOX NEWS) - When Beyoncé took to the field during the Super Bowl 50 halftime show, she apparently had a political message to convey.
Clad in a black leotard with a gold embellished jacket, Beyoncé was flanked by dancers who sported Afros and black berets, reportedly in reference to the Black Panther Party. Beyoncé's outfit was also a nod to Michael Jackson.
At one point during the performance, the backup dancers and Beyoncé gave a salute, and they later formed an X-formation, which the Twitterverse was quick to declare was a reference to Malcom X.
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