Then, in a world where the star wasn’t as widely revered as she is today, they used facts, figures, stats and endorsements from other public figures to solidify Beyonce‘s place (at least on a popularity front) above the likes of Janet Jackson, Blu Cantrell, Jennifer Lopez, Mariah Carey, Ashanti and even her own Destiny’s Child sibling Kelly Rowland.
Today, not much has changed for Beyonce’s ‘Beyhive’, the fan base renown for terrorising (or stinging) any who dare to criticise the Pop icon.
Now, their efforts have been acknowledged by ‘Time’, who have featured them in their ’30 Most Influential People on the Net’ list.
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