The wife of Golden State Warriors owner Joe Lacob has reacted to the viral clip featuring herself, Jay-Z and Beyonce at Game 3. The incident quickly went from a amusing meme to Beyoncé fans spamming Curran’s Instagram with bee emojis, but the whole thing got a lot less amusing after Curran revealed she’d been receiving death threats – causing her to disable her Instagram account.
Due to the reaction from some of Beyoncé’s most diehard fans, the singer’s publicist, Yvette Noel-Schure, has issued a rare statement about the matter.
“[The tour] was a place of joy, unimaginable entertainment from two of the best performers in the world, and a place of love”, Noel-Schure told fans.
In a put up on Instagram she talked about: “I also enjoy to talk right here to the pleasing BeyHiVE”.
“We should all help and support each other”, she wrote.
Before long, Curran reportedly started receiving death threats.
On 6 June, ESPN journalist Ramona Shelburne tweeted that she’d spoken to Ms Curran who was “in tears” and “had been getting death threats” leading to her disabling her Instagram account. Because Beyonce had a look on her face that some interpreted as annoyance, Curran suddenly found herself thrust into a social media maelstrom.
Beyonce’s beyhive is buzzing, this time, not because of her documentary Homecoming. She had to lean over because the stadium was really loud, that’s all.
“Which is why I also want to speak here to the lovely BeyHiVE”, she continues. “Give her a hug.’ That’s a woman that reached out to me, I don’t know, one more once and said, ‘I’m doing a surprise birthday for JAY, you gotta be there.’ That’s a friend”. She claims that the conversation was about drinks, and came off worse than it should have, as TV cameras often do.
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