Looks like some members of Beyonce's Beyhive may be in trouble with the law.

TMZ reports that the LAPD says clues point to Bey's super dedicated fan base as responsible for a hack on assumed nemesis due to her rumored, alleged affair with Jay Z, Rachel Roy.

Shortly after Lemonade dropped, it was rumored that Roy was "Becky with the good hair" who Bey mentioned on "I'm Sorry"—it didn't help that a few hours after the release, Roy posted a picture of herself on Instagram with the caption, "long-hair don't care."

Roy caught so much heat for the post that she later went on Twitter to explain herself.

"I respect love, marriages, families and strength. What shouldn't be tolerated by anyone, no matter what, is bullying, of any kind," Roy wrote.

Roy called the cops a few days later and said that her Gmail and iCloud accounts had been hacked, and that her phone number had been changed without her permission. According to documents obtained by TMZ, Roy said she believed the hacks on her accounts were committed because of that troublesome aforementioned Instagram post. She was also heavily spammed on her social media accounts with bee emojis—get it? The Beyhive?

Anyway, the LAPD said that they've obtained a warrant to search Roy's account and right now the alleged perpetrators are looking more and more like Bey's fans. Meanwhile, Beyonce is continuing her winning streak. Her Formation tour has already took in over $123 million, and it doesn't wrap until October. As of yet, she's had no response to this latest news.


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