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Wife Of Warriors Owners Says Beyoncé’s Fans Are Cyberbullying Her

Wife Of Warriors Owners Says Beyoncé’s Fans Are Cyberbullying Her

Curran said she was asking Jay-Z and Beyonce if they wanted a drink during the clip, because the Warriors had invited them to the game.

The ridiculousness of the internet's reaction to the non-situation is multiplied by the fact that Curran was so consistently harassed and, according to Shelburne, received multiple death threats, that she was "in tears" and deleted her Instagram account.

ESPN writer Ramona Shelburne spoke with Nicole Curran to get the scoop on her side of the story.

The repeated look over from Curran was apparently to verify whether Jay-Z wanted lime in his vodka soda.

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"As a hostess, I offered her a drink and then him one as we don't have floor service at our games".

So, she leaned over Yoncé (gasp!) to catch what the rapper had said. And those were the more innocuous remarks, with Curran saying she ended up receiving death threats online "all night" due to the interaction, per Fox News.

"I have been cyber bullied and think it is very unfair".

To say things got ugly is an understatement, and now, Beyonce's publicist, Yvette Noel-Schure, is addressing the "hate" the incident has caused on social media. I can't believe our players go through this. I know your love runs deep but that love has to be given to every human. "That kids go through this, '" Shelburne finished. Every single day on that tour I saw love. It will bring no joy to the person you love so much if you spew hate in her name. Because Beyonce had a look on her face that some interpreted as annoyance, Curran suddenly found herself thrust into a social media maelstrom.