Beyoncé is banning people from posting bad pics of her... because she's Beyoncé
Queen Bey gets what Queen Bey wants.
Beyoncé is still living that high after her killer performance at Coachella over the weekend. Yes, it was the talk of Twitter and everyone who was there was trying to catch a glimpse if not a picture of the Lemonade singer.
However, according to reports, Beyoncé is using her power to stop those people from posting those unflattering pictures of her.
Yes, the singer’s team has reportedly asked media outlets not to publish fan pictures from this weekend’s performance and instead only use pre-approved shots of her.
According to Page Six, Beyonce’s publicist sent out an email to outlets on Friday requesting them to only use the pictures approved by her team in an effort to avoid a repeat of what happened after the 2013 Super Bowl halftime show.
"Unflattering pictures" of Bey performing onstage went viral on BuzzFeed despite her team having requested the outlet to take them down.
The news of Beyoncé's request has, as expected, received a mixed response online.
Many are yelling “Diva!” at the singer’s antics while others say they can understand.
.@Beyonce is asking media outlets not to publish any fan photos of her #Coachella performance. She doesn't want any unflattering pics out there. Unrealistic control freak much?? https://t.co/SdZ5h0XMMC
— Perez (@ThePerezHilton) April 14, 2018
That's BS. Another diva ?
— Vicky (@LeclercVicky) April 15, 2018
Maybe people should enjoy the show instead of blocking everyone behind them with their screens in the air?
— Marsha Melloh (@MarshaMelloh) April 15, 2018
That is just nonsense....people PAID a lot of money to go to #Coachella You should be able to take pictures. #Beyoncé is a talented singer, but she still needs loyal to her fans, and let them take a few pictures.
— Bj Bednarski (@FoxytailRedhead) April 15, 2018
I think if thats what makes her feel better then its fine. Shes not harming no one. Its not a big de
— Melissa (@Momlife2325) April 14, 2018
— Kate Casey (@KateCasey) April 15, 2018
In that case, can we request that no bad pictures of us ever appear online again? Thanks!