Rachel Roy’s cyber life went down the drain earlier this year when Beyoncé released her critically acclaimed Lemonade album and revealed in her music that Jay Z cheated on her during their marriage with at least one woman whom Bey refers to as ‘Becky with the good hair.” Thanks to a suspicious post from fashion designer Rachel Roy, many of Bey’s fans, who have been dubbed the BeyHive thanks in part to their stinging cyber attacks against her haters, went after Roy and cyber bullied her. Now, LAPD is reportedly investigating the BeyHive in relation to the cyber attacks.
As previously reported, the drama all began after the release of Bey’s Lemonade when Roy shared a now-deleted Instagram post in which she captioned a photo of herself on a night out on the town with “Good hair don’t care, but we will take good lighting, for selfies, or self-truths, always. live in the light #nodramaqueens.”
The BeyHive immediately thought she was “Becky with the good hair” and began bullying her online.
Well, according to reports, Roy wasn’t just spammed online with emojis and threats to her life. Online police documents show that Roy called the police just days after the cyber bullying began and claimed that someone had hacked her Gmail and iCloud accounts. She also claims that someone had changed her personal phone number without her permission.
Sources say that LAPD took the reports from Roy seriously and have now obtained a search warrant to dig into phone and email records to find out who the culprit of the hack is and they allegedly believe that it’s one of the BeyHive members.
Well, this is clearly one messy situation and it looks like at least one BeyHive member might be facing some major legal charges because of their extreme devotion to Beyoncé.
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