And we're at such a loss of words, we're going to let Miz Teigen tell you what went down:
The Beyhive Takes A Break From Hunting Down 'Becky With The Good Hair' To Slam W Magazine For Sharing An Allegedly Photoshopped Beyoncé Pic!
The Beyhive is all worked up…again!
Well, on Monday, the popular women's magazine took to Instagram to congratulate Queen Bey on her slay-worthy visual album by posting an old pic from a 2011 shoot. The publication shared:
God she might not be, but #Lemonade proves that it’s still @Beyonce’s world, and we just live in it. See more on wmag.com. #Beyonce photographed by @PatrickDemarchelier, styled by @AlexWhiteEdits; W Magazine July 2011.A photo posted by W magazine (@wmag) on Apr 25, 2016 at 3:29pm PDT
Totally harmless, right? WRONG!
One follower has since clapped back at the magazine for allegedly photoshopping a pic of Beyoncé (below).
"Oh wow they photoshopped the heck out of Bey! WTF is wrong with you @wmag you should be celebrating her curves instead you make her look like the stick thin fake white girls. She's a proud and curvy black woman, can't you stop shaming black women?"
DANNGGGG! Tell us how you REALLY feel guys, LOLz!
Another fan added:
"That Photoshop is pathetic. Fake at thigh gap she's ever had. Why waste your time. She's perfect without that crap."
Oh snap! Still, this isn't the first time Bey's been embroiled in some photoshop drama.
Back in 2014, the Hold Up singer was accused of editing several of her pics online in order to make her legs look slimmer. Oof!
Perhaps, the mother of one's loyal fans are simply trying to protect the Grammy winner's feelings shortly after she dropped her emotional album. Who knows — all we know is that we should avoid upsetting the Beyhive anytime soon.
[Image via Rob Rich/WENN.]