Beyoncé's publicist speaks out after Nicole Curran attacks

Oscar Cross
June 8, 2019

It also caused them to leave countless bee emojis on Curran's Instagram page to let her know they were watching her and making sure she didn't potentially upset Beyonce in any way.

According Shelburne's tweets, Curran was her trying to find out if the couple wanted something to drink, as she had invited them to the game. She mentioned that Bey asked for water, while Jay asked for a vodka soda. The hostess said she leaned in close in order to hear Jay-Z's response to whether or not he wanted a lime with his drink because the noise of the Warriors' home crowd drowned out his answer initially. And those were the more innocuous remarks, with Curran saying she ended up receiving death threats online "all night" due to the interaction, per Fox News. In fact, the misunderstanding and subsequent backlash even left the woman in tears, as she revealed she had been getting death threats on social media all night. 'I've never experienced cyberbullying like this.

The music giants' publicist, meanwhile, took to Instagram to tell fans not to "spew hate", per the Independent. She was talking to Jay-Z, the world's first billionaire rapper, and Beyonce's husband. I can't believe our players go through this.

Bey's publicist went on to explain that while the love fans have for the 37-year-old songstress "runs deep", that same love "has to be given to every human". "That kids go through this, '" Shelburne finished. It will bring no joy to the person you love so much if you spew hate in her name. Every single day on that tour I saw love. "That's where the photos of Beyonce looking askance at her came from".

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