Although Tamera Mowry-Housley has never been shy about her admiration of Pop singer Beyonce, the actress-turned-TV talk show host learned the hard way that any comments deemed negative by the Grammy-winner’s devoted fan base (affectionately called #theBeyhive) are grounds for stings!
After a week of remaining mum on the online assault, the ‘Sister,Sister’ star finally addressed the topic that ruffled the group’s feathers.
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After taking to ‘The Real’ (March 20) to reflect on a flirtatious incident with Jay Z (that occurred 20 years ago), members of the fan group swarmed her Instagram handle with disparaging remarks and bee emojis. A little over a week later, Mowry-Housley joined her co-hosts on the red carpet of the 2019 NAACP Image Awards at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood (March 30). There, she opened up on the aftermath of her “harmless” story:
“I was really confused,” said Mowry-Housley – who won Outstanding Talk Series at the awards show. “I just asked for some gum! I‘m a huge fan of Beyonce! Beyonce is a huge fan of ‘The Real,’ and yeah, that’s all it was. I never meant any harm!” she explained.