Apparently if you’re caught with a lemon and you have good hair you will be the Beyhive’s (Beyoncé’s tribe of fans) next target. Rachel Roy was their first target at Beyoncé’s “Lemonade” aired on HBO on Saturday, April 23. Poor chef Rachael Ray, whose name is very similar to the aforementioned fashion designer, got stung on social media with yellow jackets and lemon emojis.
Now, Rita Ora is under attack. On Thursday, April 21, she posted a photo of herself where a self-designed, sheer bra with lemon pasties for Tezenis underwear and the Beyhive has been swarming and flooding her Instagram with their signature emojis: bees and lemons. English model and socialite Poppy Delevingne was spotted in this same zesty yellow bra at Coachella. Be careful girl, you could be next.
Bey, 34, airs dirty laundry in “Lemonade” but no one knows for sure if the commentary is straight out of her diary or fodder for fans, but bodies are being buried in the aftermath, figuratively, as we speak.
a, 47, the “Rachael Ray Show” host was mistakenly besieged by Beyoncé fans. In response, she shared on Instagram an idea for serving lemonade. “Shake up your Sunday with @ChefDPhillips’ lemon shake-up with lemonade lavender ice cubes,” the ‘gram read. “#RachaelRay #RachaelRayShow.”
And for Rachel Roy, 42, reportedly her Wikipedia page was hacked and the Beyhive unleashed their wrath on her daughter, Ava Dash. They wrote awful comments like “YOUR MOM IS A HOE BI–H! SHE REALLY IS” and “Ur mom is a groupie a– c-nt b–ch…and will continue to get dragged to filth!!!!” reads another, followed by a handful of bee emojis.
Maybe her initial Instagram post was a joke where she owned she was Becky, but too little too late.
Roy posted on Twitter on Monday, April 25, “I respect love, marriages, families and strength. What shouldn’t be tolerated by anyone, no matter what, is bullying, of any kind.”