Beyonce told a fan off for filming her at one of her concerts in Atlanta, Georgia, after he missed her cue to join with a rendition of 'Irreplaceable'.
Beyonce blasted a fan for filming her at one of her shows.
While performing 'Irreplaceable' at the Gwinnett Center in Atlanta, Georgia, over the weekend, the 31-year-old singer encouraged the audience to sing ''to the left, to the left'', into her microphone. However, she was unimpressed by one man who was too busy recording the moment to enjoy it.
She told him: ''See, you can't even sing because you're too busy taping.
''I'm right in your face baby, you gotta seize this moment baby! Put that damn camera down!''
Following the reprimand, the man put down his smartphone and had a go at singing the famous line.
Beyonce then said: ''Yes, that's much better.''
Despite the incident ending well for the supporter, the 'Single Ladies' hitmaker wasn't so understanding when a fan smacked her on the butt at another of her The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour dates in Copenhagen, Denmark, in May.
In a similar incident to her fan interruption, the episode happened when Beyonce was encouraging the crowd to sing ''to the left, to the left'' during 'Irreplaceable'.
After holding her microphone out to the audience on a catwalk in the Forum venue, Beyonce started to make her way back to the stage when a guy reached out his hand and slapped her bum.
The stunned star then turned around to the guy and said: ''I will have you escorted out right now, alright?''
She then carried on her performance.
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