Ex-Alabama QB AJ McCarron: Grammy Performances 'Demonic'

Monday, 27 Jan 2014 04:43 PM

By Melanie Batley

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Former University of Alabama quarterback A.J. McCarron described performances at the Grammy Awards on Sunday as "really demonic," adding, "there is a lot of evil in the world."

In a tweet Sunday, McCarron, who is preparing for the National Football League draft, said:



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McCarron did not specify which performances he was referring to, but retweeted a response in which one of his followers wrote, "I know, right? I can only imagine what Katy's Preacher father is thinking."

McCarron was not the only one to find performances at the 56th annual awards offensive. Large numbers of viewers took to social media to slam Beyonce's risqué performance, in which she appeared in a thong bodysuit to perform "Drunk in Love" with husband Jay Z.

"Come on people!! Yeah Beyonce has an amazing voice but that outfit?!?!? Completely no class. Give children something to look up to #absurd," tweeted one view, according to The Daily Mail.

Another said, "Beyonce seriously? It's 8:00. That performance was NOT appropriate for children. Thank God mine are in bed. #shameonyou."

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