While the hazy videos doing the rounds show that a fan was successful in touching Beyonce’s face and that another managed to pat her head, the hazy footage failed to define if these actions were meant to hurt the singer.
However, HollywoodLife.com strongly believes that it was a smack and not a pat. “Not only did Beyonce get a five-finger salute right to her mug, she also got her hair pulled on her walk up to the stage. Bey’s bodyguard, Julius couldn’t do a single thing to keep the European mob from grabbing at the singer.”
The website also reported that the slap was probably delivered by a fan unhappy with Queen Bey’s racy costumes for the Mrs. Carter Tour. One of the “Single Ladies” singer’s dress featured glimmering nipples that made sure all eyes were on her, but reactions to the wardrobe have been mixed. A majority of them pointed out that the outfit was vulgar and it made her look deplorable. “Gross and tasteless is actually what I think. She is extraordinarily talented and doesn’t need to be so vulgar,” a comment on Entertainmentwise’s social networking platform read.
In the meantime, a number of concert-goers have come forward to shed light on what really happened at Beyonce’s April 15 concert. A fan who was present during the incident wrote on YouTube: “Nobody was slapping her or pulling her hair intentionally, everyone was trying to touch her, she was smiling all the time, all the way from the second to the main stage… If someone slapped her, her bodyguard would do something, but that was not the case.”
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