It might be time to scale back the troops, Beyhive. After Rachel Roy closed her Instagram to the public, Beyonce’s overly loyal fans flocked to her underage daughter to continue the assault. Yikes.
Beyonce, 34, may want to put a cease and desist order out for the teenage daughter of Rachel Roy, 42. The young girl has been the recipient of some really nasty comments on her Instagram after it was speculated that her fashion designer mother might be the subject of Beyonce‘s Lemonade.
The aftermath of Beyonce’s Lemonade may have taken a wrong turn. Now that Rachel Roy cleverly made her Instagram account private, Beyonce’s fan army — best known as The Beyhive — have moved their comment and emoji assault to her younger daughter. Oh, no!
One look at her Instagram comments reveals that the Beyhive have unleashed the worst of the worst. If you scroll through, all you will see are bright yellow lemon and bee emojis, as well as some really, really harsh words aimed at the innocent young girl.
“Ur momma a WH–E smh,” reads one comment on a photo of Rachel’s daughter, Ava Dash, at Coachella with a friend. Unfortunately, the worst of the comments are on the photos of Ava and her mom together.
All of these comments are so upsetting to read. We can only imagine what Rachel and Ava are thinking when they see these nasty remarks.
For those of you who might have been living under a Beyonce-free rock, the reason why this is all happening comes down to one lyric: Becky with the good hair. Just hours after the song premiered, Rachel popped on Instagram with the caption “good hair, don’t care.” This sent Beyonce’s fans into a frenzy because it has been widely speculated that Rachel and Beyonce’s husband, Jay Z, may have had an affair once.
Tell us, HollywoodLifers — Do YOU think the Beyhive need to back up? Comment below with your thoughts!