Beyoncé's Publicist Tells Fans Not to "Spew Hate in Her Name"

Beyoncé's Publicist Tells Fans Not to 'Spew Hate in Her Name'
Beyoncé's hyper-devoted fans overreacted a bit to a recent viral clip of Queen B's hubby JAY-Z talking to another woman at the NBA Finals earlier this week (who was allegedly taking the couple's drink orders), and the singer's publicist has stepped in to remind the BeyHive to spread love.
Yvette Noel-Schure shared a memory from last year's "On the Run II" Tour, reminiscing about how much love was shared throughout the trek, before passing that message of love on to fans who have been attacking the woman JAY-Z was seen talking to at the basketball game.
Directly addressing the BeyHive, Noel-Schure wrote:
I know your love runs deep but that love has to be given to every human. It will bring no joy to the person you love so much if you spew hate in her name. We love you.
See her full post below.

As previously reported, the woman seen leaning over Beyoncé to speak to JAY-Z was Nicole Curran, the wife of one of the co-owners of the Golden State Warriors.
The incident quickly went from a funny meme to Beyoncé fans spamming Curran's Instagram with bee emojis, but the whole thing got a lot less funny after Curran revealed she'd been receiving death threats — causing her to disable her Instagram account.