Beyoncé pays tribute to dancer O'Shae Sibley, who died while voguing to her song.

Beyoncé paid touching homage to O'Shae Sibley, who tragically died in a stabbing incident over the weekend,

 with officials in New York City probing the potential of a hate crime.

Beyoncé, 41, posted on her official website, "REST IN POWER O'SHAE SIBLEY," commemorating the late 28-year-old's memory.

On Saturday night, Sibley was out with his buddies when the tragic situation occurred at a gas station in Brooklyn.

 During the outing, one of his pals, Otis Pena, documented the moments on Facebook Live.

In the video, a group of guys can be seen approaching them and hurling homophobic remarks at them,

increasing the tension and ultimately leading to Sibley being stabbed. The injured dancer was immediately brought to Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn

with stab wounds to his body, but he was pronounced dead upon arrival. Beyoncé has long been an outspoken supporter of the LGBTQ community. 


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