In honor of Queen Be twirling on her haters for 37 years straight, here are 8 celebrities who have had the audacity to speak poorly about Beyoncé. (Photo: WENN)
Donald Trump didn’t enjoy Bey’s 2013 Superbowl performance. Apparently, her number was a little too “suggestive” for him. “If someone else had done that it would’ve been a national scandal. I thought it was ridiculous.” He added, “The way so-and-so was thrust forward continually, I was like ‘gimme a break!’” (Photo: WENN)
Azealia Banks came after Beyoncé in 2016 after the release of “Lemonade.” Speaking of Bey’s songwriting abilities, she said: “Don’t think for a second Beyoncé was intelligent enough to come up with any of those ideas on her own.” Yikes! (Photo: WENN)
In a 2015 interview, Kid Rock admitted he was “flabbergasted” by the attention Beyoncé receives. “How can you be that big without at least one ‘Sweet Home Alabama’?” He went on to say Bey’s curvy body isn’t his type. Something tells us B doesn’t care too much about his opinion. (Photo: WENN)
Though she identifies herself as a member of the beyhive, Wendy Williams isn’t necessarily a fan of the way Beyoncé speaks. “You know Beyoncé can’t talk. Beyoncé sounds like she has a fifth-grade education. She can’t talk.” (Photo: WENN)
If you look at Lil Wayne’s history with Jay-Z and then listen carefully s “It’s Good” lyrics you’ll understand Lil is talking about kidnapping Mrs. Carter and forcing Jay to pay ransom money to get her back. More of a Jay diss than a B diss, but still pretty intense and extreme! (Photo: WENN)
After Rachel Roy wrote “Good Hair don’t care” under an Instagram post, leading many to believe she was the infamous Becky with the good hair, the Beyhive didn’t hold back against the fashion designer. “I respect love, marriages, families and strength,” she wrote. “What shouldn’t be tolerated by anyone, no matter what, is bullying, of any kind.” (Photo: WENN)
Piers Morgan thought that Beyoncé featuring the mothers of slain men Mike Brown and Trayvon Martin in her album was a vehicle for promoting album sales. “I felt very uneasy watching these women being used in this way to sell an album. It smacks of shameless exploitation.” (Photo: WENN)
Ok, ok. She’s never said anything bad about our queen… on record. Although in private, Kim Kardashian has made it clear she isn’t the biggest fan of Beyoncé. Rumor has it the KUWTK star is angry that B is “still looking down” on her for finding fame through the reality show. Truth hurts, Kimmy! (Photo: WENN)
She’s one of the greatest voices of our generation, and epic dancer, a mind-blowing performer, an award-nominee actress, a fashion icon, and an overall inspiration to both women and men.
not everyone is a fan of Queen Bey.
Despite all the irrefutable prove that Beyoncé is a gift we’re not worthy of sent by the Gods above, ney,
a Goddess herself, there’s people who seem to think that Bey is “overhyped” and that she isn’t as great as people maker out to be.
While we think this bizarre and out-of-their-minds group of people are either jealous or just being hateful for the sake of being cool (although, honestly, hating on Bey is never a good look), they seem to have “good reasons” to believe Beyoncé doesn’t deserve
the showers of love she’s given on the daily basis—though they’re wrong, obviously.
In honor of Queen Be twirling on her haters for 37 years straight, here are 8 celebrities who have had the audacity to speak poorly about Beyoncé. “Bye bye Bey” is their motto.