Beyonce Puts Drake, Tiffany Haddish, and Kim Kardashian on Notice

Tiffany Haddish likes talking about Beyonce in her interviews.

In January, she told Vulture that she was ready to fight a bitch at a party if it weren’t for Beyonce. The Queen calmed Tiffany down, the two took a selfie together, and all ended well.

In February, she told TV One’s “Uncensored” (via PageSix) “So I go to the Jay-Z concert and I am invited to the after-party. I was talking to another actress that was there, who was also talking to Jay-Z and she touched Jay-Z’s chest. Beyoncé came walking up and her demeanor was like, ‘Get your hand off my man’s chest!’”

And now, in March, Beyonce is letting Haddish know that she needs to stop talking about her. In DJ Khaled’s new song “Top Off,” Beyonce sings, “If they’re tryna party with the queen, they gon’ have to sign a nondisclosure.”

Haddish was almost giddy that Beyonce would give her an in-direct shoutout that also served as a warning:

This is what being the Queen looks like, folks. One line and Haddish is bowing down at her feet.

Beyonce also put Drake, and possibly Kim Kardashian, on blast in the song, saying, “I break the internet, top two and I ain’t number two.” This is a shot at Drake, who stated, “I know I said top five, but I’m top two. And I’m not two and I got one” on his song “Gyalchester.” It could also serve as a shot at Kardashian, who “broke the Internet” with her Paper Magazine cover.

Jay-Z intro’d her by asking her to “B, put these fuckboys on notice.” Eviction might be next after that verse.

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