If there is one fan group you don’t want to mess with, it’s Beyoncé’s Beyhive. Sure, Swifties and Beliebers are devoted, but Bey’s fan group has proven they’re perhaps the most protective (if not a little too much so) of their queen bee – er, Bey. When Rachel Roy was being accused of being “Becky with the good hair,” the fans took to Roy’s Instagram to troll her pretty hard, and now it looks as though the swarm has moved right on over to Chick-fil-A because of a joke they made about Beyoncé’s newest album Lemonade.
These clever signs popped up at a Chick-fil-A location in Atlanta yesterday. One sign reads “Lemonade fresher than Beyoncé’s” and another says, “Sorry Beyoncé, our lemonade is better.” The signs were created all in good fun, but if the Beyhive has proved anything, it’s that they don’t really condone poking fun at Beyoncé in any way, shape or form.
Almost immediately after these photos surfaced, her fans took to Instagram to troll the fast food chain.
It looks like the effect Beyoncé’s music had on Red Lobster (ahem, a 33% spike in profits) might not work out quite as well for Chick-fil-A…
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