When she broke off from Destiny’s Child, she was first featured on Jay-Z’s single “03 Bonnie & Clyde” about a runaway love affair. Later the two collaborated on her “Crazy in Love,” which gave rise to her alter-ego, Sasha Fierce.
“You know we were friends first for a year and a half before we went on any date on the phone for a year and a half,” she told Oprah Winfrey. “And that foundation is so important in a relationship. And just to have someone that you just like is so important and someone that is honest.” (Frank Micelotta / Getty Images / Courtesy)
When Beyoncé appeared on Oprah’s Next Chapter in 2013 to promote her “Life Is but a Dream” documentary, Oprah said: “I remember the first time you were on the Oprah show, I told you, ‘Don’t go around telling people who you’re dating.’ I think you took that all the way. Don’t tell people who you’re dating, but you can tell people who you’re married to, OK?” (People.com / Courtesy)
While promoting the doc, she said “I would not be the woman I am if I did not go home to that man.” (Larry Busacca / Getty Images / Courtesy)
Beyonce knows how to keep fans in line, especially when they go for her hair.
We’re not talking about fans of her music -- we’re talking about fans that are electric and propel cool air wind toward you.
At a concert Monday at the Bell Centre in Montreal, the 31-year-old’s hair was pulled into the spindles of the rogue stage fan during her performance of “Halo.” Handlers struggled to unravel her blond locks from the machine and even Beyonce attempted to yank the strands out of the whirlwind, according to footage found on YouTube.
But ever the professional, the diva kept on singing as she stagehands continued to work to set her free.
There was no indication that Jay-Z’s wife was injured, according to People.
Bey, currently on “The Mrs. Carter Show” tour, shared this video of the incident on Instagram proving that Sasha Fierce has a sense of humor and that all was well.
Obviously amused by the moment of life mimicking art, Beyonce also shared a photo of a handwritten note bearing a parody of the song’s lyrics, applying them to her situation. “Haaa,” she wrote.
“Gravity cant begiiiiiiiin to pull me out of the fan again. I felt my hair was yankiiiiiiiin From the fan thats always hatiiiiiiiin Virgin Remy & Malaysiiiiiiaaaaaan Haaaaaaaaa!! I got snatched ‘2 snaps’ Goodnight All, B,” she wrote.
At a Copenhagen concert last May, another fan disrupted her concert. This kind happened to be the human variety. He slapped Queen Bey on the behind while she was performing and she momentarily stopped singing to threaten to have him thrown out of the event if he didn’t keep his hands to himself.
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