Beyoncé is spotlighting a beloved dancer after his tragic dying.
O’Shae Sibley, a 28-year-old choreographer, was dancing and vogueing to the Grammy winner’s music whereas at a Brooklyn fuel station July 29 when he was confronted by a bunch of males who needed him to cease, witnesses instructed NBC News.
A witness instructed NBC New York that after “a number of fights and forwards and backwards arguing,” one of many males “pulled out a knife and stabbed him” within the torso. Authorities are investigating the incident, per NBC Information, as a attainable hate crime.
Shortly after his passing, Beyoncé up to date her website’s homepage to incorporate a message in his honor that learn, “Relaxation in Energy O’ Shae Sibley.”
A buddy of Sibley’s, Otis Pena, stated he witnessed the stabbing and mirrored on the heartbreaking state of affairs at hand.
“They murdered him as a result of he is homosexual, as a result of he stood up for his associates,” Pena stated in a video shared to Fb July 30. “His title was O’Shae, and also you all killed him. You all murdered him proper in entrance of me.”