*Perhaps this tweet sums up the general sentiment of the Beyhive: “beyoncé did not wake us up early on a monday to tell us we need to eat more rabbit food.”
beyoncé did not wake us up early on a monday to tell us we need to eat more rabbit food.
— v (@judgmentalgay) June 8, 2015
The weekend teaser video promising big news from Beyonce on “Good Morning America” caused fans to set their alarms Monday morning to be front and center for the announcement. Folks were guessing another pregnancy, another tour or maybe another “surprise” album.
The big reveal, however, was that she’s in love with Marco Borges’ 22-day vegan challenge, which has helped her keep weight off despite her natural tendency to develop curves.
“I have struggled from a young age with diets, and to find something that works and actually keeps the weight off has been difficult,” the superstar singer said. “I’d deprive myself of food and put [the weight] back on fast.”
She said she’s partnering with Borges to launch a vegan delivery system, but didn’t offer any details of the new business.
The reaction to the announcement from disgruntled and annoyed Beyhivers was priceless:
Beyoncé made an announcement about her diet?? You not that important Bey…. It isn’t THAT serious.
— #LakerForLife (@VonKiah) June 8, 2015
— No Life Without Cin (@Cyn_Cinnamon) June 8, 2015
Beyoncé omg… she literally made the beyhive wake up early to tell us what she eats.. ok
— PKH (@ParkerKitHill) June 8, 2015
Beyoncé: I have an announcement Hive: OMFG A TOUR???? ALBUM?????? Beyoncé: Y’all fat lol
— mer. (@theonewithbey) June 8, 2015
Me arriving to the launch of Beyoncé’s Vegan Diet plan pic.twitter.com/CSMNhTYK6q
— Beysus † Godga (@GagaLovesBey) June 8, 2015
no shade but HOW IS BEYONCÉ GOING TO TELL ME TO BE A VEGAN WHEN HER & NICKI WAS FEEDING EACH OTHER BURGERS IN THE FEELIN MYSELF MUSIC VIDEO?
— anal girl (@benadryI) June 8, 2015
‘I love vegan food, said Beyoncé. It makes me ***Flawless, she continued.’ pic.twitter.com/PPzt3miPbn
— all things meat news (@KillioussBey) June 8, 2015