Beyonce Dedicates Detroit Concert To Aretha Franklin

Beyoncé and Jay- performed in Detroit on Monday and dedicated their concert to the Queen of Soul. DJ  Khaled who opens for The Carters on their "On the Run II" tour, also paid tribute to Franklin, playing her 1967 hit "Respect," during the pre-show. “This show is dedicated to Aretha Franklin,” Beyoncé told the crowd shortly after her opening number, according to a tweet from the concert venue. “We love you and thank you.” According to multiple sources, Franklin is gravely ill and receiving hospice care at her home. Franklin, 76, is reportedly surrounded by her family and close friends in Detroit, who are asking for prayers and privacy. Click here to listen to Muthaknows spill the tea!

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