Teacher Lists Beyonce's Birthday As Day Off On Class Syllabus

09-05-2017
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(Radio.com) Americans across the country had this Monday off from work and school to celebrate and recognize one of the greatest days in U.S. history: the birth of iconic superstar, Beyonce.

Such is the case on a syllabus making the rounds on social media with Sept. 4 listed as a day when students can expect there to be no class in honor of "Bey Day." Granted, the singer's birthday falls on Labor Day, but that hasn't stopped a tweet featuring the syllabus highlight from becoming a Twitter sensation.

See the tweet, which has in just a couple of days (it was posted on Aug. 29) has generated thousands of likes and retweets, as well as generating hundreds of comedic comments, here.

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