Beyonce Fans Accidentally Threaten Food Chef Rachael Ray

Katie Jerkovich Entertainment Reporter
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Beyonce fans upset after the “Lemonade” music video came out over the weekend threatened the person they believed she was referencing in the song that’s upset the singer’s marriage. But many instead sent the social media messages to Rachael Ray, a Food Network chef.

“’Lemonade’ dropped on HBO Saturday, and since then social media has been crackling over the current state of Beyonce and Jay Z’s marriage,” SF Gate reported. “As well as centering on fashion designer Rachel Roy being ‘Becky with the good hair,’ a lyric on Beyonce’s new album.”

The fashion designer only added to the speculation after posting a picture on her Instagram account with the caption that read, “Good hair don’t care, but we will take good lighting, for selfies, or self truths, always. live in the light’ #nodramaqueens.” The posts was later moved to private status.

But instead of targeting Roy, the long time Food Network chef Rachael Ray started noticing threats on her Instagram account with lots of lemon emojis attached.

“Oh I loved hot chicken fajitas but I will never make them again after what you did you did to the Queen,” one user wrote. It was reported that “many rushed to the defense of Ray,” telling them they were attacking the wrong person.

For example this burger picture she posted received over 2,600 comments, many from angry Beyonce fans.


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This one of her dog over 3,500 comments.

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