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Beyonce: You don't like these stars

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11/30/2019 10:51 PM

Beyoncé Knowles rose to fame as a member of the girl band Destiny’s Child and then rose as a solo artist, clever businesswoman and better half of rap mogul Jay-Z.

Beyoncé was named the Highest Paid Black Record Artist of All Time and is the most nominated woman in Grammy Awards history, according to iHeart Radio. She's also the first social media influencer to score more than $ 1 million per post. In other words, she is the queen.

Check out this post on Instagram A post shared by Beyoncé (@beyonce) on Oct 9, 2019 at 4:31 am PDT

And although she may have millions of fans around the world, the 38-year-old apparently also has a large number of critics. There are quite a few famous men and women who downright hate Beyoncé - from famous singers to entertainment hopes to the President of the United States.

We found out who would love to mess with the R&B queen.

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Kid Rock doesn't think they're popular enough

Singer Kid Rock got into quite a bit of distress after he misled Beyonce's music in a 2015 interview with Rolling Stone magazine. “For me, Beyonce has no“ Purple Rain ”potential. Still, she thinks she's the biggest in the world, ”he told the magazine.

“How can you climb that high without having at least a 'Sweet Home Alabama' or 'Old Time Rock & Roll'? People tend to think, 'Beyoncé is hot. She has a nice ass. ‘I think to myself,“ Cool, I like thin white chicks with big boobs. ”So, by and large, Kid Rock claimed that he was rather“ baffled ”by her fame.

Beyoncé's fans responded by flooding his Instagram account with thousands of angry bumblebee emojis and some nasty comments. It got so bad that Kid Rock retaliated by posting a picture of an insect killer. But that couldn't stop the swarm either.

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She doesn't think 50 Cent is worthy of a prize

Rapper 50 Cent never got it right out there and didn't say the words "I hate Beyoncé" either, but during several interviews he hinted that he wasn't the biggest fan of Queen Bey or her husband Jay-Z.

In an interview with “People” magazine, 50 Cent defended the 2015 Grammy jury's decision to award the American musician Beck the album of the year instead of Beyoncé. He said: “Beck produced and wrote his record. There are eleven producers on Beyoncé's album.

“A year earlier, Beyoncé and Jay-Z had tried to get rid of leaked security material showing Beyonce's sister Solange attacking Jay-Z in an elevator. After that, 50 Cent suddenly remembered an uncomfortable moment with her in a Las Vegas nightclub.

"Once she came running because she thought I and Jay were having problems," he told Power 105.1 radio station. “And I was just like, 'What the hell? Did she really just run at me like that? ... She practically pounced on me. "

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Donald Trump thinks she's too sexy

Last but not least, Beyonce seems to be hated by the most important man in the world. Donald Trump apparently thought her first appearance at the Super Bowl halftime show in 2013 was too disreputable. Beyonce stretched her hips forward in a very suggestive way, "said Trump once on the" Howard Stern "show.

“If anyone else had done that, it would have been a national scandal. I thought it was ridiculous. "He added," The way she kept pushing it all up - I just thought, 'Ok, take a short break!' "

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Keri Hilson thinks she's being bullied about Beyonce

Singer Keri Hilson was accused of attacking Beyoncé in the remix of her 2009 single "Turning Me On". Because she sings: “Your vision is clouded when you believe that you are the best. She can sing, but mostly has to push that aside because she'd rather have a few babies. "

Hilson has adamantly denied that these lines of text were Beyoncé. On the red carpet at the Soul Train Awards 2011, "Juicy Magazine" wanted to get a greeting from Hilson for its latest issue. At first she seemed enthusiastic, until she saw who was on the cover - Beyonce and Jay-Z. "No, I'm sorry, I can't," she said then.

Years later, the singer stated that she was still being tortured against Beyonce for her alleged song diss. According to the Huffington Post, she said, “It's too much !! You're welcome! Everything I tweet is deliberately misinterpreted as a statement about someone or as a drama. "

She continued to rage: “You have no idea what your hateful words can mean for a person's soul. Strangers abuse you all day long. Enough is enough!"

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Etta James found her rude and naughty

With the legendary singer Etta James, Beyoncé received the best reviews of her film career for the film “Cadillac Records” in 2008. She even attended the Los Angeles premiere with James, which suggested the two were at least professional friends. Apparently it wasn't.

During a 2009 concert, James, who died in 2012, made it very clear that she was not pleased that Beyoncé sang James' legendary 1961 song "At Last" at President Barack Obama's Inaugural Ball 2009.

"That the woman who sang for him sings my song, there will be trouble," said the then 71-year-old according to reports. “I don't like Beyonce.” Besides that, Beyoncé “had no place to look or sing up there”. It was a cheek "to sing on a big president's day and sing her song that she has always sung."

James however rowed back later in the "New York Daily News". Your comments were only meant to be "funny" and should not cause any damage. However, she also admitted to having "felt left out of something that was essentially hers".