Earlier this week activist Dr. bell hooks called Beyoncé a “terrorist” but a new video has surfaced that allegedly shows the well-known scholar getting down to Beyonce’s song “Drunk in Love” right after she made those comments.

“I see a part of Beyoncé that is in fact anti-feminist–that is a terrorist, especially in terms of the impact on young girls,” hooks said during a panel hosted by The New School in New York City on Monday. Her fellow panelist, author and transgender activist Janet Mock, posted the video below on Vine Thursday that identifies the woman in the video as hooks.

For more on the hook’s comments and to see what other black feminists have to say read “Is Beyoncé an ‘Anti-Feminist Terrorist?’ These Black Feminist Scholars Weigh In.”

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