15 Celebrities Who Hate Beyonce

When your parent or teacher or well-meaning aunt shook his or her head and told you, “Baby, you can’t please everybody,” this article is going to prove to you just how true that is. Here are 15 celebs who despise, of all remarkable people, Beyoncé! (If you’re a hater, too, you’re going to love this one.) (If you’re a fan, now you know who the enemies are!)

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KHIA
Let’s start this off with Khia who has no trouble voicing a negative opinion! Her commentary on Beyoncé’s album “Lemonade!” criticized the associated video and the way Beyoncé looked. “First of all the video was tired, and through, and long and it made black people look bad as hell. B*tch, you walking around with this blonde long a** hair but you want African queens and kings in your video,” she was noted as having said, according to TalkTo. Do you think she’s way off the mark here? Ready for something… really out there?

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ALEX JONES
Jones, the creator of InfoWars, believes Beyoncé and the U.S. Government conspired together to start a race war. In a Facebook video, he referenced her Super Bowl performance involvement and how it’s among the most “establishment organs out there” with its messages designed to get the American people “at each other’s throats.” Ooooookay. Moving on to a class act…

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ETTA JAMES
Now, even though she’s no longer with us, it’s startling to know that Etta James was not a Beyoncé fan. After all, Beyoncé played the role of “Etta James” in the 2008 movie “Cadillac Records” and attended the premiere in L.A. with James. In a 2009 concert, however, bashed Queen Bey mostly for singing James’ hit “At Last” for President Obama at the Inaugural Ball. Apparently, according to NickisSwift, James said, “That woman he had singing for him, singing my song—she’s going to get her a** whipped. I can’t stand Beyoncé. She has no business up there, singing up there on a big ol’ president day, gonna be singing my song that I’ve been singing forever.” Jealousy? Old age? Disappointment? Phew! Well, let’s move on to someone who was, surprisingly, a little more subtle…