Beyoncé Fan Slammed For Yelling During Mute Challenge
If you’ve attended Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour or have seen the videos online, you know when she sings the line “Big wave in the room, the crowd gon’ move/Look around everybody on mute” on “Energy,” you need to be quiet. One fan obnoxiously chose to be loud during the long pause after “mute,” and the Beyhive was not having it.
A man is heard yelling, “Woo!” in a video, and a woman smacks him and yells, “Shut the f— up!” This occurrence happened during night two of Beyoncé’s Houston tour stop. You can watch the video here.
Megan Thee Stallion Joins Beyoncé On Stage
Since Houston is Beyoncé’s home city, the concert had an extra level of sentimental value. A highlight from the Houston shows was the presence of another Houston native, Megan Thee Stallion. Fans were shocked when the rapper joined Beyoncé on stage as she performed their Grammy-winning hit “Savage (Remix)” for the first time ever.
“I want y’all to let us hear how proud you are,” Beyoncé said to the crowd. “Does she make you proud? She make me proud! I love you girl!”
“I love you Beyoncé!” Megan shouted back and did a twirl in excitement.
Megan reflected on her idol on Instagram and what it meant to be able to perform with her.
“Yall i have been ugly crying with my lace lifting all weekend lol i will never stop screaming about this moment!” Megan wrote on Instagram. “I have loved @beyonce MY WHOLE LIFE this means EVERYTHING TO ME!!! I love you [crown emoji & bee emoji] thank you thank you thank you for everything.”
Beyoncé’s mother, Tina Knowles, in return, thanked Megan for joining her daughter on stage in a heartfelt message. “We love you too @theestallion! Was so good getting to see you and hug you. Your mom and you shared that memory of Beyoncé concerts. Your mom and supporting and believing in you and your pure talent….”
Megan’s mother, Holly Thomas, died from brain cancer in March 2019.