Tamera Mowry Addresses #Beyhive Backlash: ‘I Never Meant Any Harm’

Published: Saturday 30th Mar 2019 by Rashad

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:

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  1. #TheTruth March 30, 2019

    Must be pre-teenagers who have nothing better to do. If it’s adults… then that’s scary.

    • BIGGESTAALIYAHFAN March 30, 2019

      Exactly, I’m mad she apologized. F*** the beyhive!!

      • Sandra March 31, 2019

        She should’ve never apologised for something that happened 20 years ago and was trivial, especially to a bunch of fake instagram accounts using the bee emoji.
        I think what annoys me the most is that Beyonce must be aware that her followers behave this way, especially after the whole Sanna Lathan biting situation last year, and she doesn’t say anything on any platform and i think that it wrong.
        People like M.J were aware of his fanbase and always asked them to spread love. Beyonce is just too silent for me on these situations and i find it off putting.
        The same with a few other celebrities.

  2. Gee March 30, 2019

    All these fan bases can be bullies. Tamara did not say anything disrespectful nor distasteful. The beehive need to worry about their own relationships and families the same way they focus on The Carters. Beyoncé is a grown woman she can speak up for herself if she felt any kind of way.

  3. Lol March 30, 2019

    So let me get this straight. She talks about an event that happened 20 years ago before he even met her and they get mad about it? Are her fans that stupid? Like we’re supposed to be afraid of them? They really feel the need to attack people for sport.

  4. Bam March 30, 2019

    At some point someone has to tell the hive to go f*ck themselves and let the comment stand no matter of it was intentionally negative or not. Tired of hearing about her fanbase’s bullying and it’s not just teens it’s adults too…they need to get a life. The way they act you’d think Beyoncé was just some fragile plain Jane that needs protecting…

  5. What ever March 31, 2019

    Hey hive can i have some gum……

  6. SMH March 31, 2019

    I swear I wish I was a celebrity. I would proudly tell the roach nest to go f*ck themselves and her too, and I would DARE them to try this silly sh*t with me.

  7. S.U.P.E.R.S.T.A.R.!. March 31, 2019

    I am confused as to why she apologized.
    #Good God The Ridiculousness Of It All

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