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Beyoncé shuts down popular Grand Canyon attraction for music video shoot

People were kind of mad about it
Jul 11, 2019 – 4:03 PM EDT

Beyoncè wanted to get a shot of the majestic Havasu Falls as a backdrop for an upcoming project. The falls are located near a busy campsite in the Grand Canyon. TMZ obatined some video of Bey and her team shooting the video.

The falls are part of land which is owned by the Havasupai tribe that turn away thousands of campers a day and approve 300 camping passes per year. People weren't pleased by Bey's visit. People have to wait to see if they're approved in February and pay about $100 a night or $125 per Friday - Sunday with a mandatory three-night stay. On top of that people have to makeway to their campsite with a two-mile hike. As for Beyoncè, she took a motorized cart and cut the line.

Law enforcement told TMZ that Bey's team had made arrangements before their arrival and the tribe granted approval for a few hours. Police had to control the crowd due to the nearby campground.

Sources of TMZ stated that Beyoncè was flown in and out of the production shoot for five hours and then bounced.



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