Officers in Raleigh deciding on whether to boycott Beyonce concert or not

RALEIGH, NC (WITN) - Police in a city here in North Carolina will be voting on whether they'll provide security for Beyonce's tour when she comes in May.

Multiple outlets are reporting that Raleigh Police officers will vote Tuesday night on whether they'll work at Beyonce's May 3rd concert at Carter-Finley Stadium.

The Vice President of the Raleigh Police Protective Association says many officers believe her black panther images at halftime of the Super Bowl were disrespectful.

Police in Miami and Nashville are already planning to boycott her concerts.

We'll keep you posted on what the police union in Raleigh decides.