[WATCH] SA choir joins Beyonce on stage at Global Citizen Festival

The Global Citizen Festival trended yesterday evening when the concert live stream was cut off 25 minutes into headliner Beyonce's performance. Global Citizen had announced prior to the event that only those who had earned tickets would be able to view the entire show.

Their statement read: ‘Dear Viewers, Please note that SABC1 will be showing 25 minutes of the Carters’ part of the @GlblCtzn show. Beyonce & Jay-Z’s full show remains exclusive to those who earned their tickets.’

Watch this SA choir performing with Beyonce:

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