Nick Cannon felt the BeyHive‘s legendary sting last night (July 9) when he brought up Beyonce‘s lip-synching scandal on his MTV show Wild ‘N Out. Mariah Carey‘s other half was defending his wife’s not-so-live performance of “#Beautiful” at the recent BET Awards when he said: “You gone come out with the microphone singing live, hitting high notes… You could’ve just lip-synched that shit like Beyonce did at the inauguration!” Bad move.
The response was quick and lethal. Within hours, Bey’s loyal stans were trending #CancelWildNOut and had even tracked down contact details for the show’s producer. If the Hive’s Twitter rampage is any indication, the poor man woke up to the voicemail box from hell this morning! Mariah is one of only eight people Beyonce follows on Twitter and their fanbases overlap to a significant extent, so Nick has some explaining to do. Sample the sting of the net’s prickliest fanbase after the jump.
An ominous beginning.
— Kuntye West (@KuntyeWest) July 10, 2013
It got personal. Fast.
— #CancelWildNOut (@BeyoncesHubby) July 10, 2013
HOW IS NICK CANNON GOING TO COME AT BEYONCE FOR LIP SYNCHING WHEN HIS PRIZED PIG HASN'T SQUEALED LIVE IN YEARS
— HORACE B (@HeByHorace) July 10, 2013
Mariah fans joined the party.
Mariah and Bey stans need to get along. Both are two of the best vocalists of all time. Pay no attention to that THING Mariah's married to.
— ImNotReal (@CriticalMonster) July 10, 2013
I hope jay z and Beyonce get nicks show cancelled. I just don't want his dumb ass making them mad at Mariah. Nick always fucking shit up.
— Lucifer (@Devoted2Mariah) July 10, 2013
No holds barred when it comes to The Hive.
#CancelWildNOut like the way Nick Cannon's mom wanted to do with her pregnancy with him.
— в∂αy ʝυℓу 12тн (@VoiceTooSmooth) July 10, 2013
This stan couldn’t help herself.
— ✈ (@BeysPettyQueen) July 10, 2013
And this is when things got REAL.
#BEYHIVE HERE IS THE PHONE NUMBER TO THE MTV MANAGER WHO IS IN CHARGE OF WILD 'N OUT!! Jake Urbanski 212.846.6888
— Queen Carter (@Sasha_The_II) July 10, 2013
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