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“Formation”-Hating Trump Surrogate Deletes Facebook After Beyhive Spam

NEW YORK, NY - AUGUST 28: Beyonce attends the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards at Madison Square Garden on August 28, 2016 in New York City. (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images)

The Beyhive have consistently proven they’re the worst fan base to beef with. Last spring, fans confused Rachael Ray with Rachel Roy, the fashion designer who Jay Z allegedly cheated with, inspiring Beyoncé’s Lemonade. As as result, Ray—who doesn’t do anything to anybody but offer tips for healthy eating on a daily basis—got spammed by the ravenous cyber apostles.

Ergo, there was no way Donald Trump surrogate Betsy McCaughey could’ve escaped the Beyhive’s ire. In a recent CNN appearance, McCaughey attempted to defend Trump’s ugly comments about women by haphazardly attacking Beyoncé’s “Formation.” Many critics quickly pointed about the absurdity of comparing sexual assault to Red Lobster excursions after consensual sex.

But the Beyhive doesn’t subscribe to logic as much as to one singular commandment: Those Who Speak Ill of Beyoncé Shall Fall. So, they laid siege upon McCaughey’s Facebook and Twitter mentions, spamming it with bee emojis. The attention was too much: Though her Twitter lives to tweet thinking face emoji-level commentary about how Trump is actually winning everything, her Facebook is no more. The page may yet return, but life is long, as are the memories of a wronged fanbase.

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