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For some reason, Amy Schumer decided to make a version of Beyoncé's "Formation" video. It was weird to see the camera zoom in on her butt and her and Goldie Hawn dance to a song so clearly for (and by!) black women.

Okay ladies, let's learn 'bout appropriation.

Naturally, there was a backlash, bigger than the average Schumereaction, and Amy apologized with a duo of Instagrams almost as confounding as the video itself.

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You know you that b—- when you cause all this conversation. Thanks for the exclusive release Tidal! We had so much fun making this tribute. All love and women inspiring each other. #strongertogether.

She later posted a video in which she says she's "Grateful for all of this sh*t. Grateful to be alive right now, during this time."

Grateful

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Feminista Jones, the writer and activist who started the #AmySchumerGottaGoParty hashtag after the video came out, was not having the apology.

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Between apology posts, Schumer Instagrammed this pseudo-strip as an attempt at a distraction.

Where's the music?

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Based on Twitter today, I don't think it worked.