Tuesday, August 16, 2022

Watch This Police Officer Nail Beyoncé ‘Formation’ Choreography For High School Kids

With moments like this past weekend, when Beyoncé ripped her earlobe during a TIDAL performance and continued like nothing happened, you’re reminded just why her fans love her so. Not only does she tower as a revolutionary queen through her art, but nothing will stop her from delivering a great show.

So too was the attitude of police officer Deuntay Diggs, who made viral rounds when he performed the choreography of Beyoncé’s “Formation” for students at North Stafford High School this past Friday. No joke, dude nails the moves. Impressing high school kids ain’t easy but they love Diggs’ routine, bouncing and moshing around with the police officer.

Saying he learned the choreography to inspire the kids, Diggs is the first openly gay deputy in the Stafford County Sheriff’s Office and was the first openly gay cadet at the Virginia Military Institute. The 31-year-old police officer has served in Stafford County for eight years.

“The reason I’m doing this is to show kids that they can make it, that they can survive, that they can be successful,” Diggs told Buzzfeed. “I’ve been very fortunate, at this time when people look negatively upon law enforcement, that I’m able to change that narrative and open up some conversations and engage with people.”

Check Beyoncé’s “Formation” music video below and compare just how well Diggs nailed the choreography.

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