By: Taren Vaughan
Wendy Williams is no stranger at all to controversy as the radio personality turned talk show host is known for dishing out celebrity gossip, putting her two cents in, and stirring up her own drama too all at the same time. And has had her fall outs with celebrities including Beyonce’ Knowles, the rumored beef between the two dating back to Bey’s years as a member of Destiny’s Child. And with one of her most recent shows, Wendy got under many people’s skin as she took a major shot at one of music’s most loved and talented singers in the game at the moment. Live on her talk show The Wendy Williams Show, Wendy made mentions of Beyonce’ and her new HBO documentary that is coming out. And during her spill about Beyoncé’s new project, Wendy called the superstar singer out , saying that Beyonce’ talked like she has a fifth grade education, but not before claiming that she is a fan of hers. Barely minutes after Wendy’s comments were heard, Beyoncé’s fans, who she lovingly refers to as “The Bey Hive”, started buzzing out of control, feeling that Wendy’s words were very disrespectful. And as Wendy is probably used to celebrities and their fans coming after her for talking reckless, her mentions on Twitter were ripped to pure shreds by some of Beyoncé’s most loyal fans. And let’s just say they had absolutely no mercy when they dragged the talk show host, even bringing her son into the insults that they threw at her:
Some of them kept her family out of it but went in on her looks instead:
The slaying continued as more Beyoncé fans continued to go in on Wendy for her diss:
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We have seen other stans go HAM on people for talking sideways about their faves. Yet “The Bey Hive” though may have taken things to a whole new level with their dragging.
In related news, Beyonce’ seems to not be as worried as her fans are about Wendy’s diss. She attended one of her sister Solange Knowles’ shows and uploaded a photo of Solange’ performing on stage. Beyonce’ added a special note to the picture, applauding her sis for a job well done, expressing how proud she is of her.