Trump Supporter Feels the Wrath from Beyoncé’s BeyHive
Hasn’t Betsy McCaughey learned never to mess with Beyoncé’s BeyHive? Clearly, she needs to get it formation.
During a guest appearance on CNN, the Donald Trump supporter called Hillary Clinton a hypocrite for being a fan of Beyoncé’s music because of Clinton’s desire to quickly attack her rival candidate’s recent comments on groping women.
“Hillary Clinton expresses that she finds the language on that bus horrific, but in fact she likes language like this: ‘I came to slay b—, when he f– me good, I take his ass to Red Lobster,'” McCaughey said on CNN Monday night. “That happens to be a line from Beyoncé, her favorite performer, whom she says she idolizes and would like to imitate. … There’s a lot of hypocrisy of Hillary Clinton expressing such horror.”
— CNN Tonight (@CNNTonight) October 11, 2016
After comments like that, McCaughey needed to prepare herself for the trap she walked into. But, there is no amount of preparation that can save haters from avoiding a BeyHive attack.
In typical BeyHive fashion, Beyoncé’s dedicated fanbase infested McCaughey’s recent Facebook post with numerous comments and bee emoji’s.
“It’s also sad that you try to bring a woman who is just doing her job down by comparing the worst political candidate that we have ever had to one of the best-selling vocal artists of all time,” said Facebook user Devante Owens. “But why bother, a woman who is standing behind Trump [and] has no need for common rhetoric.”
It’s safe to say the BeyHive was not okay.
“You devalued a Columbia education,” said another user who goes by Kathryn Montilla Rapp. “Someone from the school needs to take that diploma away from you.”
Hopefully, McCaughey learned her lesson. But, we should all let this hilarious, educational experience be a warning to anyone who dares to mess with Queen Bey.
Don’t mess with Beyoncé because the BeyHive will attack.