Beyoncé's performance of her new single "Formation" at Super Bowl 50 was a direct homage to the Black Lives Matter movement. While Bey's halftime show was met with criticism from more-than-a-few white people, the video for "Formation," released February 6, has also been a sticking point for critics of the diva's new-found activism. 

But on last night's episode of Saturday Night Live, much of that anti-Beyoncé sentiment got roasted. In a hilarious skit title "The Day Beyoncé Turned Black," white people are sent into a panic after finding out that the songstress isn't one of them, but actually a real, bonafide African-American. All it took was the "Formation" video to confirm the devastating news. 

The skit shows the fabric of white-America crumbling: City streets are overrun with chaos as a narrator dramatically claims that “they never saw it coming." Some of Beyoncé's white fans have no recourse other than to hide beneath their desks and cower in fear. 

Beyoncé's yet-to-be-named sixth studio-album, which will feature collaborations with Big FreediaRae Sremmurd's Swae Lee and New Orleans Bounce artist Messy Mya, should set the world ablaze. 

We only hope that white people can cope.