I get alerts on my phone informing me when her roots grow and if she may or may not have bunions. And if she does have a bunion, I want to know exactly which foot and the exact location in latitude and longitude.
Which brings me to a website that released not one or two but a whopping 224 unretouched photos of the singer.
The images in question are allegedly from her 2013 L’Oréal shoot, but her collective fanbase, the dreaded “BeyHive,” are having a hard time comprehending the idea that Beyoncé has flaws, accusing the website of adding the blemishes themselves.
The reactions have been mixed, with a portion of Twitter calling her a “succubus” and another portion saying they appreciate the notion that she’s “an actual person.”
The Beyoncé World removed the photos shortly before releasing this statement:
Due to the disdain of the BeyHive, we have removed the photos. We don’t want to cause any drama, nor do we wish to start fan wars. Some of the things we have seen posted were just horrible, and we don’t want any parts of it. We were just posting the photos to share the fact that our queen is naturally beautiful, at the same time she is just a regular woman.