It’s been set in stone for over 30 years now: there’s one Beyoncé, and one Beyoncé only. No imitation and no replication.
However, a fan who visited historically famed wax museum Madame Tussaud’s posted a photo suggesting that someone tried it anyway, duplicating the Queen Bey in the form of a wax figure. And horribly failed.
Now that the picture of what may or may not be an official Madame Tussaud’s archetype of the Lemonade songstress has landed on the internet, leave it up to fans to remind them of the words spoken from Beyoncé herself: She’s not even half of the Queen Bey, and will never be.
Harpo, who dis white woman? https://t.co/8vc1CuI3sU— Slim ✨ (@_liltigg) July 19, 2017
beyoncé sweetie i'm so sorry than madame tussauds would even say that, oh my god https://t.co/foqg6OxCtI— blacklivesmatter (@julianmgreen) July 18, 2017
If this is Beyonce's real wax figure🤔. I'm going to need Madame Tussauds to issue an apology 😒 pic.twitter.com/gGfCncwBhx— Esco (@_Esco_) July 19, 2017
I don't think Madame Tussauds know who Beyoncé is.. https://t.co/JUeJn05lvf— Tolu (@ToluOyeBamgbose) July 19, 2017
Y'all gonna stop doing her like this pic.twitter.com/5vpmJdLegR— Your Daddy (@JustMar_Mar) July 19, 2017
Where?! pic.twitter.com/xjsd96aZe1— xoNecole (@xonecole) July 18, 2017
Me trying to figure out how that looks like beyonce: pic.twitter.com/M5yqHJn5a5— Alexis (@hobihypewoman) July 18, 2017
Us: Where's the Beyoncé wax figure?— Nation State of Mind (@OmowaleAfrika) July 19, 2017
Madame Tussaud's: pic.twitter.com/68CqmIEZcg
Me still looking for the real Beyonce wax figure cause this ain't it. pic.twitter.com/1jrseGp81A— Nicki (@nickiknowsnada) July 19, 2017
(Photo: Kevin Winter/Getty Images)