Well, do you think Donald Trump will find a way to complain about this?
The multicultural trio of women of the hit Broadway show Hamilton — Renée Elise Goldsberry, Phillipa Soo, and Jasmine Cephas Jones — who portrayed the Schuyler sisters, came together on the Super Bowl field to sing “America The Beautiful” for a patriotic message of unity in a country divided.
“And crown thy good with brotherhood,” Soo sang, as her co-stars added, pointedly, “and sisterhood, from sea to shining sea!” It was an inclusive statement that echoed the one made by the cast to Vice President Mike Pence last November.
Watching from home, the proud Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda took note of the lyrical addition on Twitter.
AND SISTERHOOD. pic.twitter.com/2Zx8Sg9XmW
— Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) February 5, 2017
Unfortunately, conservatives this think it was that great, and they took to Twitter to complain.
This rendition of #Americathebeautiful Is horrendous
— Ole⚜Miss⚜Priss (@whodatholly) February 5, 2017
and the worst rendition of America the Beautiful goes to..
— Caitlen Banks (@caitlen_banks) February 5, 2017
That was worst rendition of America the Beautiful I've ever heard! Bunch of show offs! #SuperBowl
— Phillip McCaw (@Doktor_FiLL) February 6, 2017
@thedailybeast Dont remember sisterhood in America the Beautiful a bunch of PC SHIT
— CNanacrazy (@CNanacrazy) February 6, 2017
— Steven Crawford (@SmcBmt) February 6, 2017
— Heather Toth (@heathertravels7) February 6, 2017