Terrorists?! The Beyhive’s Most Notoriously Slanderous Moments

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The Beyhive’s Most Notoriously Slanderous Moments

The Beyhive. The Beygency. They have many names, but they’re inescapable. They have many victims and their bullets definitely have names on them. Come at the Hive and you best not miss. These people were all victims and we’re forbidden from saying anything nice about them anymore. Poor, sad, victims.

They basically got Keri Hilson out the paint for her Beyonce disses

They made Karrueche and 106 & Park and BET apologize for insulting Blue’s hair and probably got the whole damn show canceled.

They rode out on Beck because he had the nerve to beat Beyonce for a Grammy

They made Keyshia Cole cry into her Twitter pillow after she tried to insult Destiny’s Child Super Bowl performance.

They rode on that one person she followed on Instagram for a little bit probably by accident that one time

They went at Aretha Franklin when she remade “Bootylicious” and Bey’s fans had no desire to respect the legend.

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    Kris Jenner put this pic up on the same day that Solange had her wedding pic hit the ‘net and the ‘Hive wasn’t having it.

    They didn’t appreciate Jennifer Hudson insinuating that Bey was using her body to sell records so they dragged her from her Weight Watchers dinners on down

    They threw Ciara off the Twitter bridge when she posted this photo insinuating that Bey stole the “Partition” idea

    They called OG Maco everything horrible when people suggested “7/11” was biting the rap phenomenon

    Chilli said Bey should stay in 2013 and Twitter damn near came after her kids.

    Amber Rose – She posted this pic comparing herself to Beyonce and the Beehive wasn’t having it.

    When Jay Z’s fake mistress Liv tried to hit Beyonce with the diss, she got dragged from her raggedy mane.

    Nick Cannon insulted Beyonce’s lip-syncing on Wild N’ Out and the Beyhive exploded…funny because we didn’t even know the show was still on.

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