Someone bit Beyonce's face, and the 'Beyhive' wants to know who

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She later posted a string of bee emojis on Instagram, a reference to Beyonce fans, and wrote: "Y'all forgot I am in the hive too and just know this I will always speak my truth".

The actress took to Twitter to defend her name after social media investigators concluded Lathan may have been the woman who bit Queen Bey at a NY party in December.

In addition, an anonymous tipster claimed that Haddish had told the biting story during a stand-up comedy show in January, where she revealed the culprit used to date French Montana. However, with her second attempt of spreading rumor against Legendary Beyonce; I'm led to believe the only person who is going to ruin Haddish's career is herself. She was like, "Tiffany, no".

But Beyonce's cool head prevailed, and she told Haddish to let the matter go. Come here! This b**ch.' and snatched him. Don't do that. That bitch is on drugs. In it, Beyonce is hiding a part of her face, probably to hide a bite mark.

"There was this actress there (at the party), that's just, like, doing the mostest (acting in an over-the-top manner)", the Girls Trip star told the publication.

Chrissy Teigen has also hinted that she knows the real identity of the biter, but she isn't spilling.

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Tiffany said the party took place a year ago in California. She's not even drunk.

Haddish says she offered to do something about it, but Bey told her to "have fun" and "chill", insisting the actress was on drugs and "not like that all the time".

She rapped: "If they're tryna party with the queen, they gon" have to sign a nondisclosure'.

It did not take long before Roy had to make her account private as it was attacked by a swarm of nasty notes.

She continued, "When my people are dying, that's when you gonna catch me protesting". A woman famed for seeming lovably familiar, she had broken the unspoken rules of exclusivity around.

Beyonce spokeswoman Yvette Noel-Schure did not immediately return an email Tuesday from The Associated Press seeking comment.