7 Celebrity BeyHive Targets: Rita Ora, Rachel Roy, & More (PHOTOS)
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7 Celebrity BeyHive Targets: Rita Ora, Rachel Roy, & More (PHOTOS)


Some celebrities don’t have fan bases so much as militias.

Beyoncé’s “BeyHive” of fans, for example, have gotten particularly hostile this week, swarming two celebs they believe to be the “Becky with the good hair” whom the singer, in her Lemonade lyrics, suggests tempted hubby Jay Z.

And as you’ll see below, they’re not the only stars who have gotten the ‘Hive buzzing.

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Rita Ora

This “Black Widow” singer seems to be begging for a stinging, Snapchatting a selfie of herself in a lemon-printed bra; then stepping out in Bey’s exact “Formation” outfit; then Instagramming the poster to Ash Wednesday, a movie about a woman trying to save her marriage.

Fans have already taken aim.

“I always thought Rita Ora waz that shady bitch,” one commenter wrote on Instagram. “Truth is she can't really sing. It sounds terrible.”

Rachel Roy

This fashion designer upended the BeyHive by stoking speculation she’s Becky with a Instagram caption referencing her own “good hair.”

Angered Bey fans edited her Wikipedia page to call her a “dusty side hoe” and then posted hateful Instagram comments directed at Rachel’s 16-year-old daughter, Ava Dash.

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Amber Rose

Amber was the girl who kicked the hornet’s nest when she cited Beyoncé while pointing out a double standard during a Daily Beast interview this March.

“We all love Beyoncé, but she’s on stage half-naked and twerking all the time, yet people say, oh, she has talent so she’s able to do that,” Amber said. “We don’t have the talent that Beyoncé has, so we get criticized as former sex workers.”

Kid Rock

The hive swarmed this rocker’s Instagram comments with bee emojis after he told Rolling Stone the following: “People are like, ‘Beyoncé’s hot. Got a nice fucking ass.’ I'm like, “Cool, I like skinny white chicks with big tits.’ Doesn't really f—king do much for me.”

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When Bey lost the Album of the Year award to Beck at the 2015 Grammys, fans edited his Wikipedia page to call him a “stealer/thief from hell.”


The BeyHive showed this singer no TLC when she posted a list of fads to leave behind in 2013, a list that included the terms “Bey” and “Queen Bey.”

She tried backtracking, but screenshots show fans saying things like “She is the queen. You will bow down, bitch.”


In the biggest surprise of all, the hive turned on their own queen when her much publicized “big reveal” on Good Morning America in June turned out to her “22 Days Vegan” pledge.