Beyoncé Fans Are Reportedly Sending Death Threats To ‘Becky’ After Viral NBA Video
7 June 2019, 13:29
The Wife of The Warrior's owner, Nicole Curran has addressed what actually went down at the NBA game. Curran reveals she has been getting brutally cyberbullied by Beyoncé's Beehives.
During the week, Beyoncé and Jay-Z attended the Golden State Warriors’ game against the Toronto Raptors at the Oracle Arena in Oakland. An awkward exchange between The Warriors owner's wife, Nicole Curran and Beyoncé took social media by storm.
Beyoncé's fans trolled Curran, who they named "Becky" - for talking with Jay-Z and making Beyoncé uncomfortable. Nicole Curran has spoken out and addressed what actually went down.
Curran reportedly spoke to ESPN's Ramona Shelburne about what happened at The Game 3 of NBA Finals.
The conversation reportedly began when Curran asked if Jay-Z and Bey if they wanted any drinks. Curran then leaned over to hear Jay, as the crowd was noisy.
Just spoke to Nicole Curran, the wife of Warriors owner Joe Lacob, about the “incident “ with Beyoncé last night. She was in tears. Said she had been getting death threats on social media all night this morning she disabled her IG account just to make it stop.— Ramona Shelburne (@ramonashelburne) June 6, 2019
Curran reportedly revealed Jay Z asked for a vodka soda. She then asked him if he wanted lime in the drink.
The wife of The Warriors owner, was reportedly in tears after getting death threats on social media. Curran also deleted her Instagram so she could make the cyberbullying stop.
Curran reportedly said "There was no hostility. I was trying to be a good hostess. I’ve never experienced cyberbullying like this. I can’t believe our players go through this. That kids go through this."
Curran says she then went to go get them those drinks. “There was no hostility. I was trying to be a good hostess,” she said. “I’ve never experienced cyber bullying like this. I can’t believe our players go through this. That kids go through this.“— Ramona Shelburne (@ramonashelburne) June 6, 2019
Beyoncé's publicist has also published a statement online addressing the matter.