Beyoncé's Unamused Reaction To A Woman Talking To Jay-Z Has Twitter In A Frenzy
Beyoncé sent Twitter into a frenzy this week after she was caught on camera grimacing while a woman spoke over her to chat to husband Jay-Z.
Queen Bey was seen looking less than impressed as she sat courtside at the Golden State Warriors' game against the Toronto Raptors alongside her rapper husband.
Stuck in the middle of the two, the Lemonade hitmaker failed to raise a smile and appeared unamused when Nicole Curran, wife of the Golden State Warriors owner Joe Lacob, leaned across her to chat to Jay.
Jay-Z and Beyoncé are courtside for Game 3 :sunglasses: pic.twitter.com/6mmJuN8Odn
- ESPN (@espn) June 6, 2019
The exchange sent social media wild and flooded Twitter with a drove of comments from her Beyhive.
Discussing her reaction, a fan said: "She was ALL UP in Beyoncé's personal space."
"Beyoncé's facial expression had me weak," another commented.
A third penned: "B low key glanced at J, & the way she shifted in her seat.....she definitely didn't like this."
In the wake of the social media hysteria, Nicole, who was sat beside Beyoncé, revealed how she's been left in tears at the hands of cruel cyberbullies that sent her death threats after the video went viral.
The 50-year-old was hosting the A-list couple for Game 3 of the NBA Finals on Wednesday and said she was asking their drink order when the clip was caught on camera.
"Listen Beehive [sic]. I respect Queen B. I love her! I talked to her husband twice tonight," she wrote, according to a screenshot obtained by The Shade Room.
"First, to take a drink order for them both when they arrived as they were our guests. Second, to explain why I gave his wife a rose from a fan. All of this has been taken out of context.
"I am a happily married woman. Telling me to kill myself?????? Somehow I don't think she would support this."
Nicole said it was "so loud" in the Oracle Arena in California, she had to lean in to hear the order and insisted there was no hostility between them.
Speaking to DailyMail, she said: "There was no hostility. I was trying to be a good hostess. I've never experienced cyber bullying like this. I can't believe our players go through this. That kids go through this."
Previously, the music power couple, who have children Blue Ivy and twins Rumi and Sir, previously revealed their marriage had been through a rocky patch due to the rapper's infidelity.
In 2016, Beyoncé dropped her Lemonade album, which addressed their martial issues and notably featured a track called 'Sorry' that includes the line, "You better call Becky with the good hair."
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