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Conservative Reporter Thinks She Can Win Against the BeyHive

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Beyoncè’s performance at Super Bowl 50 has drawn praise and criticism. (Wikimedia Commons)

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Tomi Lahren messed with the wrong one. The conservative reporter learned the hard way that taking cheap shots at Beyoncé will only incur the wrath of the BeyHive, and after her rude and racist critique of Bey’s Super Bowl 50 halftime performance of her Black pride-themed single “Formation,” she was swarmed.

Earlier this week, Lahren unnecessarily used Jay Z’s past to attack the Queen, saying, “Beyoncé, really? Great battle of the races. Your husband was a drug dealer. For 14 years, he sold crack cocaine. Talk about protecting Black neighborhoods.”

The clap back from Twitter was swift, but rather than just disappear like she should have done, Lahren is doubling down, sending her own message to Bey’s angry fans:

Finish reading the story at BET.com.

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