Come for Beyoncé and she gon' check you, boo. That's exactly what she did with all the haters who came out in protest against her Black power anthem "Formation," turning their "Boycott Beyoncé" message into — literally — a check.
At the kick off of her Formation World Tour in Miami yesterday, Bey launched the sale of "Boycott Beyoncé" T-shirts as a tongue-in-cheek response to the backlash against her politically-charged hit. The tees are black with a reddish-pink script that makes a loud statement and sell for $45 at her merchandise booth.
Beyoncé is selling BOYCOTT BEYONCÉ t-shirts as tour merch 😂 pic.twitter.com/zjD3HcV7XG— Beyoncé Australia (@BeyonceAUS) April 27, 2016
Twitter can't get enough of the shade and got right to work putting middle fingers up and holding them hands high:
Beyoncé is selling a boycott beyoncé shirt LMFAOOOO QUEEN BETTER MAKE MONEY OFF THOSE HATERS. WHAT KIND OF SLAY?! pic.twitter.com/NTjQ2l3d8q— Danny (@dannyyonce) April 27, 2016
Beyoncé is selling boycott Beyoncé merch on her tour. ON HER OWN MF TOUR. Please stay mad while I enjoy this greatness.— Mes. (@itsmeseret) April 28, 2016
Yall better support my girl's pettiness and snatch up the "Boycott Beyonce" merch fr— #BuyLEMONADEOnItunes (@EnnaTheGreat) April 27, 2016
Yet another lesson from the queen on turning lemons into LEMONADE. For a fresh way to sip some of that so-called "tea," check out our exclusive video on Bey-inspired cocktails below:
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