"Who bit Beyonce" taking over Twitter

28 March, 2018, 00:49 | Author: Pamela Mathis
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It's the celebrity mystery that's sweeping social media-who bit Beyoncé?

As previously reported, the GQ article published online Monday featured Haddish recalling Beyonce and Jay-Z's "4:44 Tour" wrap party in December.

However, Haddish just opened up about what went down in an interview with GQ. However, she's since come out and denied the rumours she took the liability of biting the most famous and possibly most powerful woman in the world.

Twitter users took to Twitter to give their two cents on the matter.

The actress promised to update Weaver after her next doctor's appointment, and continued extolling the medical virtues of turpentine.

Haddish was also coy about the subject, but she did confirm that it was definitely not Taraji P. Henson. She was the reason Tiffany wanted to fight!

At the end of the night, Tiffany asked Beyonce privately, "Did she really bite you?" to which Beyonce confirmed it had actually happened.




"So Beyonce stormed away, went up to JAY-Z, and was like, 'Jay!"

Chrissy Teigen says she knows who allegedly bit Beyonce.

"Bitch did u bite Beyonce in the face???" wrote fan under Latham's Instagram photo, and another added, "If you bite Beyoncé you need to bite me too bitch! I've got meal services coming to the house for her and for my mom". She's not even drunk. It's not who I thought (it was), I will say (that). In the track, Queen Bey raps: "If they're tryna party with the queen, they gon' have to sign a nondisclosure".

This isn't the first time the Beyhive has gone after a purported Beyonce nemesis. After all, Bey called her out in song for speaking up the last time.

Fans interpreted this as Jay-Z cheating on the diva and frantically searched for clues of her identity - only to land on Rachel Roy, a fashion designer and former wife of his ex-business partner.

While the guessing game continues, amateur Sherlock Holmes can cross off one name.

Haddish replied: "No it wasn't".

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