What do you think?
Beyonce’s fans have always been well known to be ferocious in their defense of Queen Bey no matter what the situation, and many people think twice before taking on the Bey Hive.
Let’s take Kid Rock for example (remember him?)… Well back in 2015, Kid Rock made it pretty clear that he was not a fan of Bey, in fact his comments were borderline racist and derogatory.
“Beyoncé, to me, doesn’t have a f–king ‘Purple Rain,’ but she’s the biggest thing on Earth,” he said. ”
How can you be that big without at least one ‘Sweet Home Alabama’ or ‘Old Time Rock & Roll’? People are like, ‘Beyoncé’s hot. Got a nice f–king ass.’ I’m like, ‘Cool, I like skinny white chicks with big t-ts.’ Doesn’t really f–king do much for me.”
Pretty gross…. but Bey’s swarm of fans have never let him forget it, and still to this day post bee emoji’s on any Insta post Kid puts up. So basically they hold grudges…
It seems that the Queen of Pop Madonna hasn’t been keeping up with this, as she has now put herself in the online firing line.
Madge just yesterday posted a photo-shopped image from Beyonce and Jay Z’s new album Everything Is Love, of the couple admiring pictures of her at the Louvre, with the caption ‘Learning from the master….’
— Madonna (@Madonna) June 22, 2018
So, according to social media there are a few things very wrong with this tweet.
First off, the Beyhive are out in force, making it very clear that they don’t believe the Crazy In Love singers have anything to learn from Ms Madonna, and can stand to come down off her high horse a bit.
— Cocoa Aggretsuko (@Luxurylatte) June 22, 2018
Someone get Madonna a cast quick ! Her shoulder MUST be broken after reaching this hard. https://t.co/zo0cgiygm5
— will send ankle pics for cash $$$ (@TeBeyonce) June 22, 2018
As well as the supposed ‘reaching’ from Madge, many people are saying that racism is a factor, and the use of the word ‘master’ was tone deaf and insensitive.
“Do we really need to explain how Madonna royally screwed up? You would think a white person—especially one who’s in the public eye—would know better than to refer to herself as a “master” when using the image of two black artists,” complex.com reports on the incident.
“Madonna eventually changed the caption of her Instagram post to, “Learning …………..lol,” but her fate had already been sealed.”
All negative reaction aside, there are also many fans saying Madonna and Bey have nothing but respect for each other and it was just a poorly received joke.
What do you guys think?
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