she'll join us live from tanzania. to explain the this unprecedented network tv event. >>> first, the growing beyonce backlash. the singer getting grief for her controversial video for the song, formation. and for her performance at the super bowl halftime show earlier this month. >> some police unions are unhappy at what they see as her anti-cop message and are calling for a law enforcement boycott during her tour. eva pilgrim joins us with more. >> reporter: goooo morning, guys. the fallout from beyonce's super bowl performance is gaining ground. cops all across the country are refusing to go to her show. this morning, queen bey facing a police boycott of her upcoming tour, creating security questions. most venues depend on officers to volunteer for at least some of the security shifts. now some union leaders are calling for cops not to be on hand when her formation comes to their city. i got hot salsa of police in miami, where beyonce's tour kicks off, citing controversy over the star's super bowl halftime show. oka
to a crater in tanzania. of africa. >> the vivials, however, are stunning. tuesday, for the first time in network history, you, the viewer, using your tablet or mobile ah device, you're going to be able to choose your own adventure.
amy robach joins us live tomorrow morning from tanzania with more about this incredible experience. i was chased once by elephant. >> giraffe. >> lion. >> hipppos are very aggressive. >> hippos frighten me. >> shay should. >> you don't frighten me. i love you, dan. >>> coming up this morning -- abc news fixer taking on a case, a woman went in to get a routine oil change, it was botched so badly she needed a new engine. she needed an entire newewngine. >>> but first, the man waking up to freedom this morning for the first time after spending more than 40 years in solitary confinement in a notorious prison in the deep south. >> he served his time and was released after pleading no contest. in the 1972 death of a prison guard. his case is now making headlines around the globe. abc's marci gonzalez is here with the story. >> reporter: alberth woodfox was in the louisiana state prison known as angola. his attorney said he spent more time in solitary confinement than anyone else in american history. full day of freedom. this morning, waking up a free man, after more than four decades in s
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