11 People Who Came For Beyonce (And The BeyHive Swarmed Them Out Of The Kingdom)

Don't come for her unless she sends for you. By now, everyone should know messing with Beyoncé is a very, very bad idea. But for those who don't, the BeyHive is always there to remind them that Queen Bey will forever reign.

Lauren Porter Feb, 11, 2016

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The Chicago rapper seemed to lose his mind during a Sacramento concert stop in November when he targeted the queen with this comment: “Beyoncé, I was hurt,” he started, “because I heard that you said you wouldn’t perform unless you won Video of the Year over me and 'Hotline Bling,'" he said. He ended his concert shortly after, but not before coming for Jay Z, too.

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The Sri Lankan artist found herself in hot water when she suggested that Bey was stealing her music. “I’m fine with Madonna or Beyoncé or Rihanna being ‘inspired’ by my work, but I would like them to then go, ‘Yeah, this immigrant who came out of nowhere influenced us, so maybe not all of them are f**king terrible,'” M.I.A. said in a recent interview. “They don’t even think like that. They go ‘Yeah, maybe me stealing the stuff says she’s all right. She should be thankful we’re stealing it.’”

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On her segment, Final Thoughts, conservative political commentator Tomi Lahren called out Beyoncé for her marriage to Jay-Z, who Lahren said "was a drug dealer of crack cocaine of 14 years." BeyHive members swarmed Lahren's Instagram with "nasty comments" so much so that she made her account private because she is neither "intimidated" or "scared." Anyway...

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The former New York City mayor commented that the "Formation" singer's Super Bowl 50 half time performance was inappopriate for middle America and a blatant "attack on police." The BeyHive took to Twitter to shut down his claims.

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Nothing about Beyoncé's "Formation" video was hilarious, but Raven Symoné sure thought so. The View co-host knew she'd crossed the line when she commented on the video and predicted that the BeyHive would soon attack. When they did, they reminded her that she once said she was from "every continent in Africa and Europe." Unfortunately for Raven, there will never be any coming back from that.

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In a February 2015 issue of Rolling Stone, Kid Rock made some crazy comments about Beyoncé and her bodacious body. He told the magazine that he was "flabbergasted" by the attention the 20-time Grammy Award winner receives. Because the BeyHive never forgets, "Bee" emojis flood the rocker's Instagram comments even to this day.

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The Atlanta-born singer threw major shade at Bey in the remix of her 2009 hit "Turnin' Me On." With lyrics like, “She can sing, but need to move it ‘to the (left),’" Hilson came for Beyoncé and her Irreplaceable career. Seven years later the BeyHive still haven't let this one go.

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The comedian thought it would be a good idea to clown Bey for lip-syncing at the 2013 Presidential Inauguration but he was soon shut down when BeyHivers reminded him that his ex-wive Mariah Carey was often notorious for singing into a dead mic.

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When Beyonce dropped "Bow Down/I Get On," Keyshia Cole wasn't happy with the message of the music. The "I Should've Cheated" singer tweeted her disapproval and immediately the BeyHive swarmed, with one member of the BeyHive told her to "step [her] vocals up."

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While guest co-hosting an episode of BET's 106&Park, Karrueche read a "joke" from the telepromoter geared towards Bey's beloved little one, Blue Ivy. The BeyHive quickly reminded her that any child, no matter what, is always off limits.

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Just before the premeire of Beyoncé's 2012 self-directed HBO documentary, talk-show diva Wendy Williams dissed the singer for sounding "like she has a fifth grade education." Angered fans came at Williams from all angles, but the attack wasn't anything she wasn't used to.